RT-30239 Use Thread.UncaughtExceptionHandler instead of ExceptionDescribe() to
It was fixed by Artem Ananiev for Java 8
It links outstanding:
RT-30369 Lens: implement RT-30239, Thread.UncaughtExceptionHandler
A somewhat related inconvenience I have with tooltips is that if you put a
tooltip on a button, then hover the mouse so that the tooltip shows up, you
can't click to activate the button unless you move the mouse pixel to left or
top because the resultant click will go to the tooltip and not to
+1 to all Scott wrote.
There are JavaFX controls that cover *most* of the Swing controls.. but they
are not 1:1. There is no equivalent to FormattedTextField for example.
SplitPane behaves differently from the Swing equivalent.
There are some 3rd party efforts to bridge some of the gaps
Perhaps Fabrizio's selection issues are related to the following issues:
https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-18883 Google Docs editing issues
https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-11239 Add drawGlyphVector type support
to prism graphics
Are you using OS X?
For me, mnemonics in JavaFX work on Windows, but not at all in OS X (which is
perhaps by undocumented design?).
Apple's platform integration guide contains a section on Mnemonics, it based on
Swing but I think the concepts translate to JavaFX:
I did a search and see JSObject.java in two places, web and graphics modules.
A related jira issue is =
https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-30622 Not able to resolve
JSObject.getWindow(this) in a java applet project
Caused by a mismatch between the JSObject code included in the
The discussion on choice of anti-aliasing algorithms reminds be me of the
cipher suite setup for the jce, which represents this kind of information using
There you end up with stuff like =
auto updating so people can easily release patch updates
Checkout getdown = http://code.google.com/p/getdown/.
It's simple, proven open source tech used to distribute the Puzzle Pirates
MMORPG which had 4 million accounts and 250 million hours of play time in 2008.
Forking getdown, swapping
I think there are two kinds of sightings =
a) Small demo apps that show up on blogs.
b) Commercial apps or significant A+ open-source projects.
I think a Sightings type site should not host both styles, or if it does, it
should clearly delineate between the two, so that it is clear to people
. . . imagine you had to build a visualisation of the same data but in a
diagram, maybe something like
with x100 nodes, with zooming and panning - could you outline a general
I'd use some
So if you invent the same node-types you have on the web (lets face it
there's only a handful of them most important are most likely div,span) and
give them the same properties you know from the web you can copy your Web-CSS
stylesheet to your FX-Application.
+1 to this idea (in a 3rd
JavaFX 2.2 does http live streaming:
HTTP Live Streaming Support
With the addition of HTTP live streaming support, you can now download the
playlist file and playback video or audio segments using JavaFX Media. Media
players are now able to
One thing to suggest is that you can install your own URL content handlers /
protocols in Java.
That won't help in this case unless you replaced the http, file or jar protocol
handlers, which would be weird.
Only HTTP, FILE, and JAR URLs are supported.
This question was recently asked on StackOverflow as well:
can I free Canvas memory?
So others have been running into these kind of issues.
Also the proposed clear() or empty() option only applies to Canvas correct?
So called arbitrary input stream support is among the features for the future.
Could somebody post back a reference to the jira, I've seen the feature
referred to from other jiras, but I've never been able to find the actual jira
reference for this. Thanks!
Here is a link to the current jira generated release notes for JavaFX 8 (it's a
The majority of stuff in the jira generated release notes is implemented, but
some is not and will probably be
(sorry to add another John to the thread to confuse it ;-)
What kind of transitions are you interested in, and do you think they should be
in an external 3rd party library or the core JavaFX platform?
Current transitions are:
Basic transforms - these work fine in 3D
RotateTransition (works in 3D as you can rotate about any axis defined by a
Is there any plan to make impl_processCSS(true) public API?
Should I create a Jira for this?
If there were a public API, would processCSS be the right name for it?
The real issue seems to be that you sometimes want to know the size of
something before you show it and there doesn't seem to a good
Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 11:46 AM
To: John Smith
Cc: Anton Epple; email@example.com
Subject: Re: PrefWidth/Height calculations only works if stage is shown
I could have sworn we have already had this conversation and we had a name
The static methods on FXMLLoader are very confusing.
It is very easy to create errors by writing code that mixes static and instance
Everything that can be done with static load methods, can be done with instance
Other than confusion, the static load
I suggest posting your SSCCE on gist and linking to it from the bug report:
[mailto:openjfx-dev-boun...@openjdk.java.net] On Behalf Of Felix Bembrick
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2013 3:28 AM
IllegalStateException(This operation is permitted on the event thread only)
What is the event thread?
Current warnings about thread rule violations appear to be something like below
That's an absolutely fantastic milestone.
Thanks to all involved!
From: Kevin Rushforth [mailto:kevin.rushfo...@oracle.com]
Sent: Friday, October 18, 2013 4:55 PM
To: John Smith
Cc: Richard Bair (richard.b...@oracle.com); firstname.lastname@example.org
The comments around application runtime initialization seem like they belong
more properly in the application lifecycle javadoc for the Application class
rather than on the Platform.runLater method specifically, though I do see how
the runtime initialization cuts across multiple classes
And in general if there were some performance guidelines for JavaFX that
would be really helpful.
There is an open-jfx wiki page for JavaFX Performance Tips and Tricks, you
could check that and see if it is helpful (if it's not maybe you could edit it
and add a new section on performance
Perhaps reactive programming is different from the problem Tomas is solving,
but I think a research project which combined some of the principles of
functional reactive programming
(http://lampwww.epfl.ch/~imaier/pub/DeprecatingObserversTR2010.pdf) with JavaFX
properties using Java 8 lambdas
It's really great to see someone paying close attention to the packaging and
deployment stuff, this level of effort has been sorely missed since Igor and
Thanks for the contributions.
What does the VNC backend for Monocle do and how can it be used?
[mailto:openjfx-dev-boun...@openjdk.java.net] On Behalf Of hang...@oracle.com
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 5:48 AM
From: Daniel Blaukopf [mailto:daniel.blauk...@oracle.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 2:45 PM
To: John Smith; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Monocle with VNC [was: Re: openjfx/8u-dev/rt: RT-35441 [Monocle]
Provide a VNC back-end]
On 01/22/2014 12:24 AM, John Smith
Sounds like your issue isn't in fact the blur, but, if it were, some things
1. BoxBlurs are more efficient than GaussianBlurs:
2. Apply some of the suggestions from the openjfx Performance Tips and Tricks
For general JavaFX usage questions, stackoverflow or the Oracle JavaFX forums
are probably a better place to ask than the openjfx-dev mailing list.
See for example:
Should new 8udev binaries start showing up soon at:
Currently the tag there is 8u20-b05 (a month ago), but the tag in the
repository is 8u20-b08 (9 days ago).
I know there is usually a lag from repository tag time to build release, but
this seems a bit
here (especially anything specific to the direct LWJGL/OpenGL/JavaFX
From: Mario Torre [mailto:neugens.limasoftw...@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2014 1:33 PM
To: John Smith
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Exo Verse
Subject: RE: JavaFX 2 + with LWJGL ( OpenGL )
Much of the internal JavaFX implementation is performed subclassing Region (or
Control which is just a Region subclass itself) and overriding layoutChildren,
but I'm not aware of any official documentation on the subject other than the
sparse stuff in the Javadoc - so no real tutorials.
A couple of related stackoverflow questions won't solve your problem, but will
provide some background info:
I don't know much about Android, but does it have to be a VM, or could you use
ART or an ART equivalent:
when an app is
installed on the device.
From: Scott Palmer [mailto:swpal...@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, June 23, 2014 5:46 PM
To: John Smith
Cc: Herve Girod; Pedro Duque Vieira; OpenJFX Mailing List
Subject: Re: JavaFX at JavaOne 2014
That first article was so wrong about
Here's a link to Steve and Felipe's JavaOne presentation:
Integrating JavaFX with Native Technologies
This session examines ways that applications can extend JavaFX to use native
technologies, with a focus on OpenGL.
It's such a
From: openjfx-dev [mailto:openjfx-dev-boun...@openjdk.java.net] On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2014 3:38 AM
To: Ralf Spathelf
Subject: Re: New alias for hg commit notifications?
I'm also filtering
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