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Eclipse Rich Ajax Platform
Release 1.2

org.eclipse.swt.events
Interface ShellListener

All Known Implementing Classes:
ShellAdapter

public interface ShellListener

Classes which implement this interface provide methods that deal with changes in state of Shells.

After creating an instance of a class that implements this interface it can be added to a shell using the addShellListener method and removed using the removeShellListener method. When the state of the shell changes, the appropriate method will be invoked.

See Also:
ShellAdapter, ShellEvent

Method Summary
 void shellActivated ( ShellEvent e)
          Sent when a shell becomes the active window.
 void shellClosed ( ShellEvent e)
          Sent when a shell is closed.
 void shellDeactivated ( ShellEvent e)
          Sent when a shell stops being the active window.
 

Method Detail

shellActivated

public void shellActivated(
ShellEvent e)
Sent when a shell becomes the active window.

Parameters:
e - an event containing information about the activation

shellClosed

public void shellClosed(
ShellEvent e)
Sent when a shell is closed.

Parameters:
e - an event containing information about the close

shellDeactivated

public void shellDeactivated(
ShellEvent e)
Sent when a shell stops being the active window.

Parameters:
e - an event containing information about the deactivation

Eclipse Rich Ajax Platform
Release 1.2

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