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Eclipse Draw2d
3.3

Uses of Class
org.eclipse.draw2d.FocusEvent

Packages that use FocusEvent
org.eclipse.draw2d Primary package containing general interfaces and implementation classes. 
 

Uses of FocusEvent in org.eclipse.draw2d
 

Methods in org.eclipse.draw2d with parameters of type FocusEvent
 void LightweightSystem.EventHandler. focusGained ( FocusEvent e)
           
 void LightweightSystem.EventHandler. focusLost ( FocusEvent e)
           
 void IFigure. handleFocusGained ( FocusEvent event)
          Called when this IFigure has gained focus.
 void IFigure. handleFocusLost ( FocusEvent event)
          Called when this IFigure has lost focus.
 void FocusListener. focusGained ( FocusEvent fe)
          Called when the listened to object has gained focus.
 void FocusListener. focusLost ( FocusEvent fe)
          Called when the listened to object has lost focus.
 void FocusListener.Stub. focusGained ( FocusEvent fe)
           
 void FocusListener.Stub. focusLost ( FocusEvent fe)
           
 void Figure. handleFocusGained ( FocusEvent event)
           
 void Figure. handleFocusLost ( FocusEvent event)
           
abstract  void EventDispatcher. dispatchFocusGained ( FocusEvent e)
          Dispatches a focus gained event.
abstract  void EventDispatcher. dispatchFocusLost ( FocusEvent e)
          Dispatches a focus lost event.
 


Eclipse Draw2d
3.3

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