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Using JMenus with WebRenderer


Java JMenus are particularly useful in creating default context menus for right-click activation.

We have constructed a small example application demonstrating the use of JMenus and WebRenderer. When the menu items are clicked a message will be output to the command line from each menu item.

The core pieces of the code are as follows:


             IBrowserCanvas browser = BrowserFactory.spawnMozilla();
             * Disabling the default context menu right-click menu)

           JPopupMenu menu = new JPopupMenu("Context Menu");
           JMenuItem menuItem1 = new JMenuItem("Menu Item 1");
           JMenuItem menuItem2 = new JMenuItem("Menu Item 2");
           JMenuItem menuItem3 = new JMenuItem("Menu Item 3");
           //Nesting a MouseListener for the WebRenderer browser
           browser.addMouseListener(new MouseAdapter() {
                       public void onMouseDown(MouseEvent e) {
                                //Check if it is a right click
                                if (SwingUtilities.isRightMouseButton()) {
                                        //If it is a right click then show the menu
int x = e.getX();
                                        int y = e.getY();
                                        menu.show(browser.getCanvas(), x, y);

                                } else {



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