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The H-21 is Opticon's Windows Mobile 6.5 smart phone with an embedded scan engine.

First Time Use

Device Instructions

Cold Boot

A cold boot is when a device boots from a completely cold (meaning off) state. This applies when the device was shut down properly and when power is cut prematurely such as by pulling the battery (but only when the backup battery is also dead otherwise the device just goes to sleep (see below). To properly power off the device press and hold the power key for a full 2 seconds. You will be prompted with an 'OK/Cancel' decision box. Select 'OK'. Certain programs can lose data in this case if you have not properly saved whatever you were working on at the time the power off is performed.

Warm Boot

A warm boot is when a device is rebooted without ever having been fully powered down. Certain programs can lose data in this case if you have not properly saved whatever you were working on at the time the reboot is performed. To perform a warm boot use the stylus to tap the reset switch on the left side of the unit.

Suspend / Resume

H21 device can be placed in suspend mode (also called sleep mode) if you tap the power key once. It is resumed (woken up) the same way. The display will be completely off in this state but some of the status LEDs will continue to blink slowly and you can still receive incoming calls and other alerts. The device will automatically enter a suspend state after a set time period has elapsed. The default time for this is 1 minute but can be configured in the 'Power' application.

Internet Connection Setup

These instructions step you through setting up internet connections on the H-21 through your cellular carrier.

  1. Install SIM card with valid Data plan
    1. Your cellular account must have a valid data plan activated for internet connections to function on the H-21. Contact your carrier for details.
    2. The SIM card must be installed under the battery of the device for internet connections to function on the H-21.
    3. Power on your device
  2. Enable Phone
    1. Navigate to Start > Settings > Connections > Wireless Manager
    2. If the Phone button is OFF tap it once to turn it ON
    3. Tap OK
  3. Remove any preexisting connections
    1. Navigate to Start > Settings > Connections > Connections
    2. In the section My ISP find and tap Manage existing connections
      Note: If no preexisting connection exist this entry will not be available. Please skip to Step 4.
    3. Once for each connection listed tap and hold the line and select Delete from the popup menu. Tap OK when complete
  4. Add New Connection
    1. Navigate to Start > Settings > Connections > Connections
    2. In the section My ISP find and tap Add a new modem connection
    3. Choose whatever name you wish for the connection
    4. Under Select a modem choose Cellular Line (GPRS) and tap Next
    5. Enter the Access point name for your carrier (ATT: wap.cingular, T-Mobile: wap.voicestream.com) and tap Next
      Note: The Access point name can differ from region to region. Contact your carrier if the above suggestions do not work.
    6. The User name, Password, and Domain fields are left blank. Tap Finish
  5. Complete

Factory Reset

Warning! - Performing a factory reset will delete any and all user data and personal applications that are loaded on the device. Please back up your data before performing this operation. Note that the 'FlashDisk' portion of the disk is untouched by this operation and can safely be used as permanent data storage in such circumstances.

Software Method

This factory reset method uses an application within Windows Mobile to perform a reset to factory defaults.

  • Navigate to 'Start' > 'Settings' > 'System' > 'Restore To Factory'
  • Type '1234' in the box as prompted
  • Tap 'Reset' (which is unavailable until you type '1234' correctly
  • Tap 'Yes' when prompted
  • You will see the white splash screen again, this time for a bit longer than usual. The operation is complete when you see the following text:
Tap the screen to set up your Windows(r) phone.

Hardware Methode

This factory reset method uses a hardware button combination to perform a factory reset. It is best used for when some event causes Windows to be inaccessible.

  • Power Off the H21
    • Press and hold the red power button on the top of the device for a full 3 seconds.
    • Tap 'Yes' when prompted
  • While pressing and holding [CAPTURE] + [END] additionally press and hold [POWER] for approximately 3 seconds or until you feel the H21 vibrate briefly.
The CAPTURE button is the camera key on the lower right side of the device.
The END key is the red phone disconnect button on the front right of the device.
  • You will see the normal white bootup splash screen for a couple of seconds. Next you will see a large WARNING dialog with 'YES' and 'NO' options.
  • Using the buttons below the screen choose either 'YES' or 'NO' (note that the touch screen does not work outside of Windows).
The buttons to use are just below the display and are labeled simply with a small black dot to indicate that they are for use with whatever the screen says above them.
  • You will see the white splash screen again, this time for a bit longer than usual. The operation is complete when you see the following text:
Tap the screen to set up your Windows(r) phone.

Scanner Settings

Basic

Advanced

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  1. Navigate to 'Start' > 'Settings' > 'System' > 'Scanner Settings' > 'Code Options' (tab)
  2. tap-hold UPC
  3. Select UPC-A when prompted
  4. under section 'Transmit CD' change to "No leading zero, not transmit CD"
  5. tap 'OK'
  6. Tap 'Additional Settings' (tab)
  7. Tap 'Edit' (button)
  8. the text "HC" is present by default. Go to a new line and type the following exactly as you see it here: [A00[A0W[A0ZQ1Q8[A12Q0Q00I[A14Q0Q1[A1CQ0Q0[A1L[A18[A1F [A01[A0W[A0ZQ1Q8[A12Q1Q70B[A14Q0Q0[A1CQ0Q1[A1L[A18[A1F
  9. Tap 'ok' to save the text file
  10. Tap 'Update' to save these settings
  11. You should see a popup containing 'Transmit command success'. If you do not please start again at step 1.
  12. Tap 'ok on the popup and 'ok' again to close the scanner settings.
  13. You will see a 'wait' icon for a second or two and when gone you are ready to go.

Collect Information

Windows Mobile Firmware Version

You should only need to look up this information when prompted to do so by an Opticon employee.

  • Navigate to: 'Start' > 'Settings' > 'System' > 'Device Information' > 'Version' (tab)
  • Take note of the following two lines:
    • ROM date
    • ROM version It is only necessary to report the first two groups of numbers (i.e. 4.530)

Barcode Scanner Firmware Version

You should only need to look up this information when prompted to do so by an Opticon employee.

  • Navigate to: 'Start' > 'Settings' > 'System' > 'Scanner Settings' > 'Information' (tab)
  • Take note of the line beginning with 'Firmware version:'

Firmware Upgrade

Windows Mobile

ActiveSync Method

This process requires a Windows PC with either ActiveSync version 4.5 (for XP) or Windows Mobile Device Center (for Vista and 7).

  • Download the latest firmware for your H21 from here.
  • Install a battery of at least 30% charge
  • Power on your H21
  • Connect the H21 to the PC via USB cables
Note: it is recommended not to use a USB hub and to connect directly to a USB port on the back of the PC as appropriate
  • Wait for ActiveSync or WMDC to display 'connected'
  • Launch the Firmware Upgrade Utility you downloaded previously
  • Check the box on the first screen and select 'Next'
  • Wait for the Utility to check your USB connection and battery life and then select 'Next'
You may check the box to 'Format extended partition' at your discretion. This does not affect the OS upgrade process, only formats the 'Disk On Chip' portion of the hard drive
  • The Utility will reboot the H21 into a firmware upgrade mode and proceed to upgrade the firmware
  • The 'Cancel' button will change to 'Finish' when the Utility has finished its part of the process.
You must still wait for the H21 to boot to the Windows Mobile Initial Setup dialog before the upgrade is complete.
You may disconnect USB but do not power off the H21 or remove the battery for any reason.
  • The firmware upgrade is complete when you see the following text on screen. You will hear two beeps from the H21 while it is loading. On the second you should see this text.
Tap the screen to set up your Windows® phone
SD Card Method

This process requires a micro SD card up to and including 16GB capacity.

  • Download the latest firmware for your specific H21 from here.
  • Copy the firmware files to a blank micro SD card. The firmware files must be uncompressed (unzipped) before copying to the SD card. There are many files in the 'flash' download. All must be copied to the SD card for the installation to be successful.
  • Power off our H21.
  • Install the SD card into the H21. Note that there is a slide lock for the SD card door inside the battery compartment that must be unlock before the door will open. It is recommended to lock this door during the upgrade process. when properly inserted the contacts on the SD card will be facing the front of the device.
  • Install a battery with at least 30% charge and close the battery door. Both the slide and turn lock must be engaged for the upgrade to proceed.
  • While holding the keys <capture>, <right scan> and <volume down> press and hold the power key.
The capture key is on the right side of the phone with an icon of a camera on it. The right scan key is just above the capture key. The volume down key is the portion of the double-button on the left side of the phone that is closest to the left scan key.
  • It takes only a second for the firmware upgrade screen to load. This is a black screen with bluish text. It takes only a minute or two for the firmware upgrade to complete.
  • The process is done when you see the following text on the screen. This will be spelled out very large at the bottom of the screen.
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  • Using the stylus press the reset switch on the left side of the device. If the device does not reboot automatically simply press te power key at the top of the device.
  • The firmware upgrade is complete when you see the following text on screen. You will hear two beeps from the H21 while it is loading. On the second you should see this text.
Tap the screen to set up your Windows® phone

Barcode Scanner

Not currently supported (or necessary) on this device.

Specifications

Operation

  • CPU: Qualcomm MSM7225 528 MHz
  • O/S: MicrosoftTM Windows MobileTM 6.5

Memory

  • NAND Flash: 256MB
  • RAM: 256MB
  • Expansion: User accessible High Capacity microSD + I/O

Display

  • Type: Graphic Transflective TFT LCD with touch panel, 16-bit color with adjustable backlight
  • Size: 2.8”, 480 x 640 pixels
  • Mode: Portrait / Landscape

Operating Indicators

  • Visual: 2 LEDS (red/orange/green/blue)
  • Non-Visual: Vibrate / Buzzer

Operating Keys

  • Entry Options: Qwerty or Numeric (QWERTY keyboard or 12 (alpha)numeric keys), navigation keys (scroll + select), function keys, control keys, 1 power key, 2 hot keys, 2 phone keys, reset key, volume key, 2 scan keys

Communication

  • USB: OTG, client and host
  • IrDA: Ver. 1.3, 2400 bps - 115.2 kbps (SIR), 576 kbps - 1.152 Mbps (MIR)
  • Bluetooth: Ver. 2.1 + EDR, class 2
  • W-LAN: WiFi, IEEE.802.11b/g
  • Telecom: GPRS/EDGE, quad-band 850/900/1800/1900, 3G UMTS (WCDMA band 1, II, V, VI), 3.5G UMTS (HSDPA 7.2 M / HSUPA 5.76 M)
  • GPS: Integrated AGPS
  • Audio: Speaker/microphone (mono), headset connector (stereo)
  • Extention: User accessible microSD I/O

Power

  • Rechargeable Battery: Lithium-Ion 3.7V 3060mAh
  • Backup Battery: 6mAh
  • Charging method: Travel Charger, Vehicle Charger (sold separately), Desk Cradle (sold separately)

Camera

  • Color Camera: 3.2 megapixels, auto-focus, LED flash

1D Laser Scanner Optics

  • Light source : 650 nm visible laser diode
  • Scan rate: 100 scans/sec
  • Reading pitch angle: -35 to 0°, 0 to +35°
  • Reading skew angle: -50 to -8°, +8 to +50°
  • Reading tilt angle: -20 to 0°, 0 to +20°
  • Curvature: R>15 mm (EAN8), R>20 mm (EAN13)
  • Min. resolution at PCS 0.9: 0.127 mm / 5 VSO ConvertXtoDVD 7.0.0.69 Crack Free Software Download 2021. PCS value: 0.45
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  • 2D Scan method: CMOS area sensor, 900 x 512 pixels, gray scale
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  • 2D Reading pitch angle: -50 to 0°, 0 to +50°
  • 2D Reading skew angle: -50 to 0°, 0 to +50°
  • 2D Reading tilt angle: 360°
  • 2D Min. Resolution at PCS 0.9: 0.127 mm / 5 mil
  • 2D Min. PCS value: 0.45
  • 2D Field of view: Horizontal 40°, Vertical 23°
  • 2D Depth of field: 45 - 1000 mm / 1.77 - 39.37 in (0.127 mm / 5 mil), at *QR Code* and Code 39

Supported Symbologies (1D models)

  • 1D: JAN/UPC/EAN incl. add on, Codabar/NW-7, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, GS1-128 (EAN-128), GS1 DataBar (RSS), IATA, Industrial 2of5, Interleaved 2of5, ISBN-ISMN-ISSN, Matrix 2of5, MSI/Plessey, S-Code, Telepen, Tri-Optic, UK/Plessey
  • Postal code: Chinese Post, Korean Postal Authority code
  • 2D code: Composite Codes, MicroPDF417, PDF417

Supported Symbologies (2D models)

  • 1D: JAN/UPC/EAN incl. add on, Codabar/NW-7, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, GS1-128 (EAN-128), GS1 DataBar (RSS), IATA, Industrial 2of5, Interleaved 2of5, ISBN-ISMN-ISSN, Matrix 2of5, MSI/Plessey, S-Code, Telepen, Tri-Optic, UK/Plessey
  • Postal code: Chinese Post, Korean Postal Authority code, Postnet, Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMB)
  • 2D code: Aztec Code, Aztec Runes, Codablock F, Composite Codes, Data Matrix (ECC200/EC0-140), Maxi Code (mode 2~5), MicroPDF417, Micro QR Code, PDF417, QR code

Durability

  • Temperature in operation: -10 to 50 °C / 14 to 122 °F
  • Temperature in storage: -40 to 60 °C / -40 to 140 °F
  • Humidity in operation: up to 90% (non-condensing)
  • Humidity in storage: up to 90% (non-condensing)
  • Drop test: 1.5 m / 5 ft drop onto concrete surface
  • Protection rate: IP 64

Physical

  • Dimensions (w x h x d): 67 x 135 x 22 mm / 2.64 x 5.31 x 0.87 in
  • Weight body: Ca. 235 g / 8.3 oz (incl. battery)
  • Case: Black

Regulatory & Safety

  • Product compliance: CE, FCC, VCCI, PTCRB, GCF, RoHS, JIS-C-6802 Class 2, IEC 60825-1 Class 2, FDA CDRH Class II

Software Development

I want to add the default Windows Mobile camera interface to my .NET app, so that users can take pictures. How do I do that?

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Does the H21 SDK have classes to manage and communicate via the IrDA port?

No it doesn't - Microsoft has already included classes in the .NET Compact Framework to deal with IrDA communication. See the System.Net.IrDA namespace.

Universal Menu Book commands that deal with symbology options return false when sent with the BarcodeDecoder.SendCommand() method. What's going on?

This behavior is actually by design, because it’s configurable through a different interface.
If you bring up the ScannerManager app, and go to the Code Options tab, you can hold down the stylus on a symbology and bring up an options page for that symbology. You're able to set different symbology options there.
In code, say you wanted to send the leading check digit of UPCE codes (menu book code 'E6') to distinguish between UPCE0 and UPCE1. You would do this:
BarcodeReader.BCRSettings.CodeOptions[SYMBOLOGY_ID.CODE_UPC_E].dwTransmitCD = BCR_CODE_OPTIONS_TRANSMITCD.BCR_UPC_LEADING0_TRANSMITCD

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Firmware: Windows Mobile (ActiveSync Install MethodSee Upgrade Instructions for details on installation.Download
Firmware: Windows Mobile (SD Card Install Method)See Upgrade Instructions for details on installation.Download

FAQ

Ordering Information

Package Contents

The following list of items are the contents of the accessory kit that comes with every H21 kit purchase.

  • H21 Device
  • H21 Quick Start Guide (QSG)
  • H21 Getting Started Disc
  • H21 Stylus
  • H21 Standard Battery
  • H21 Standard Battery Door
  • H21 Worldwide Travel Charger (100-240V 50-60 Hz)
  • International Plug Adapters (3)
  • USB Data/Charging Cable
  • Leather Case
  • Wrist Strap
  • Stylus Tether Cord
  • Wired Stereo Headset
  • Screen Protective Cover
  • Device Latch Key

See Also


Источник: http://wiki.opticonusa.com/techsupport/en/Special:History?topic=H21&topicVersionId=617
Chapter 2

AWT

This chapter provides information and guidance on some specific procedures for troubleshooting some of the most common issues that might be found in the Java SE AWT API:

2.1 Debugging Tips for AWT

The following AWT debugging tips can be helpful:

  • Solaris OS and Linux only: To trace X11 errors, set the system property to. In Java SE 6 and before, the environment variable was used for this purpose.
  • To dump the AWT component hierarchy, press Ctrl+Shift+F1.

  • If the application hangs, get a stack trace with Ctrl+\ (SIGQUIT) on Solaris OS and Linux or Ctrl+Break on Windows.

Prior to Java SE 7, exceptions thrown in the AWT Event Dispatch Thread (EDT) could be caught by setting the system property to the name of a class that implements a method. This mechanism has been updated in Java SE 7 to use the standard interface.

Loggers can produce helpful output when debugging AWT problems. For information on using loggers, consult the Java Logging Overview and the package description.

The following loggers are available:

  • java.awt
  • java.awt.focus
  • java.awt.event
  • java.awt.mixing
  • sun.awt
  • sun.awt.windows
  • sun.awt.X11

2.2 Problems With Layout

This section describes some possible problems with layout and provides workarounds when available.

Issue: Call toandincreases Component size.

Cause: Due to some specifics of the layout managerif or is set, and if and are called, then Component size increases to the value of or. This happens because the layout manager iteratively calculates the amount of space needed to store the component within the container.

Workaround: The JDK does not provide a reliable and simple way to detect if the layout manager should rearrange components or not in such a case, but there is a very simple workaround. Use components with the overridden methodwhich always returns the current needed size.

public Dimension getPreferredSize(){ return new Dimension(size+xpad*2+1, size+ypad*2+1); } Enscape 3.1.4 Crack Full Version License Key Download Free Infinite recursion withfrom anymethod.

Cause: Invoking from any method can lead to infinite recursion because AWT itself invokes from .

2.3 Key Events

This section describes issues with key events.

2.3.1 General Unresolved Keyboard Issues

The following keyboard issues are currently unresolved.

  • On some non-English keyboards certain accented keys are engraved on the keytop and therefore are primary layer characters. Nevertheless, they cannot be used for mnemonics because there is no corresponding Java keycode.

  • Changing the default locale at runtime does not change the text that is displayed for the menu accelerator keys.

  • On a standard 109-key Japanese keyboard, the yen key and the backslash key both generate a backslash, because they have the same charCode for the WM_CHAR message. AWT should distinguish them. This will be fixed in a future release.

2.3.2 Linux and Solaris 10 OS x86 Keyboard Issues

The following keyboard issues concern the Linux and Solaris 10 OS x86 systems.

  • Keyboard input in these systems is usually based on XKEYBOARD X Window extension. Users can configure only one keyboard layout (for instance, Danish: ) or several layouts to switch between (for example, and ).

  • With some keyboard layouts, for instance, andpressing the NumPad decimal separator not only enters a delimiter but also deletes the previous character. This is due to a native bug. A workaround is to use two layouts, for example, and. In this case the numeric keypad works correctly in both layouts.

  • On UNIX systems that support dynamic keyboard changes, a running Java application does not recognize such a change. For instance, changing the keyboard from US to German does not change imyfone fixppo crack reddit - Free Activators keyboard mapping. Although the X server detects the change and sends out a event to interested clients, AWT does not refresh its notion of the keycode-keysym mapping.

2.4 Modality

With the Java SE 6 release, many problems were fixed and many improvements were implemented in the area of AWT modality. If you observe a modality problem with Java SE 1.5 or an earlier release, first upgrade to the latest Java SE release to see if the problem has been already fixed. Some of the problems that were fixed in Java SE 6 are the following:

  • Modal dialog goes behind a blocked frame.

  • Two modal dialogs with the same parent window opened at the same time.

2.4.1 UNIX Window Managers

Many of the modality improvements are unavailable in some Solaris OS or Linux environments, for example, when using CDE window managers. With Java SE 6 or later, to see if a modality type or modal exclusion type is supported in particular configuration, use the methods and .

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2.4.2 Using Modal Dialogs from Applets

When your application runs as an applet in a browser and shows a modal dialog, the browser window might become blocked. The implementation of this blocking varies in different browsers and operating systems. For example, on Windows, both Internet Explorer and Mozilla work correctly, and on Solaris OS and Linux, Mozilla windows are not blocked. This will be corrected in a future release.

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2.5 Memory Leaks

This section first describes how to troubleshoot memory leaks. It then presents some possible sources of memory leaks and provides workarounds.

2.5.1 Troubleshooting Memory Leaks

To get more information on a memory leak, execute with the heap profiler active. Specify that the output should be generated in binary format so that you can use the utility to read the output.

$ java -agentlib:hprof=file=snapshot.hprof,format=b

See the Troubleshooting Guide for Java SE 7 with HotSpot VM for more detailed information on troubleshooting memory leaks, as well as descriptions of the utility and other troubleshooting tools that are available.

2.5.2 Memory Leak Issues

Issue: Memory leak in application.

Cause: Frames and Dialogs are sometimes not being garbage-collected. This bug will be corrected in a future version of Java SE.

Workaround: Known memory leaks occur in cases when the system starts to transfer focus to a focusable top-level element (window, dialog, frame), but the element is closed, hidden, or disposed of before the focus transfer is complete. Therefore, the application must wait for the focus transfer operation to finish before closing, hiding, or disposing of the element.

Note that this problem normally occurs only when these actions are performed programmatically, since the user typically cannot physically perform these actions fast enough to cause the problem.

2.6 Crashes

This section describes how to determine if a crash is related to AWT, as well as how to troubleshoot such crashes.

2.6.1 How to Distinguish an AWT Crash

When a crash occurs, an error log is created with information and the state obtained at the time of the fatal error. See Appendix B, Fatal Error Log for detailed information about this log file.

A line near the top of the file indicates the library where the error occurred. The example below shows that the crash was related to the AWT library.

. # Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (1.6.0-beta2-b76 mixed mode, sharing) # Problematic frame: # C [awt.dll+0x123456] .

However, the crash can happen somewhere deep in the system libraries, although still caused by AWT. In such cases the indication does not appear as a problematic frame, and you need to look further in the file, in the section. Below is an example.

Stack: [0x0aeb0000,0x0aef0000), sp=0x0aeefa44, free space=254k Native frames: (J=compiled Java code, j=interpreted, Vv=VM code, C=native code) C 0x00abc751 C [USER32.dll+0x3a5f] C [USER32.dll+0x3b2e] C [USER32.dll+0x5874] C [USER32.dll+0x58a4] Splash 2.1 0 - Crack Key For U [ntdll.dll+0x108f] C [USER32.dll+0x5e7e] C [awt.dll+0xec889] C [awt.dll+0xf877d] j sun.awt.windows.WToolkit.eventLoop()V+0 j sun.awt.windows.WToolkit.run()V+69 j adobe after effects system requirements v ~StubRoutines::call_stub V [jvm.dll+0x83c86] V [jvm.dll+0xd870f] V [jvm.dll+0x83b48] V [jvm.dll+0x838a5] V Bandicam 4 Crack V [jvm.dll+0x108ba1] V [jvm.dll+0x108b6f] C [MSVCRT.dll+0x27fb8] C [kernel32.dll+0x202ed] Java frames: (J=compiled Java code, j=interpreted, Vv=VM code) j sun.awt.windows.WToolkit.eventLoop()V+0 j sun.awt.windows.WToolkit.run()V+69 j java.lang.Thread.run()V+11 v ~StubRoutines::call_stub

If the text appears somewhere in the native frames, then the crash might be related to AWT.

2.6.2 How to Troubleshoot a Crash in AWT

Most of the AWT crashes occur on the Windows platform and are caused by thread races. Many of these problems were fixed in Java SE version 6, so if your crash occurred in an earlier release, first try to determine if the problem is already fixed in the latest release.

One of the possible causes of crashes is that many AWT operations are asynchronous. For example, if you show a frame with a call tothen you cannot be sure that it will be an active window after the return from this call.

Another example concerns native file dialogs. It takes some time for the operating system to initialize and show these dialogs, and if you dispose of them immediately after the call tothen a crash might occur. Therefore, if your application contains some AWT calls running simultaneously or immediately one after another, it is a good idea to insert some delays between them or add some synchronization.

2.7 Problems With Focus

This section includes the following information:

  • How to trace focus events

  • Description of the focus system in the plugin

  • Focus models supported by X Window managers

  • Focus traversal

  • Miscellaneous problems that can occur with focus

2.7.1 How to Trace Focus Events

To troubleshoot a problem with the focus, you can trace focus events. Start with just adding a focus listener to the toolkit, as shown here.

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The stream is used here because it does not buffer the output.

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  • on top-level losing focus

  • on top-level losing activation

  • on top-level becoming active widow

  • on top-level becoming focused window

  • on component gaining focus

When focus is transferred between components inside the focused window, only and events should be generated. When focus is transferred between owned windows of the same owner or between an owned window and its owner, then the following events should be generated:

Note that events of losing focus or activation should come first.

2.7.2 Communication With Native Focus System

Sometimes a problem may be caused by the native platform. To check this, investigate the native events that are related to focus. Make sure that the window you want to be focused gets activated and the component you want to focus receives the native focus event.

On the Windows platform, the native focus events are the following:

  • for a top-level. is when activating and when deactivating.

  • and for a component.

On the Windows platform, a concept of “synthetic focus” has been implemented. It means that a focus owner component only emulates its focusable state whereas real native focus is set to a “focus proxy” component. This component receives key and input method native messages and dispatches them to a focus owner. Prior to JDK7 a focus proxy component was a dedicated hidden child component inside a frame/dialog. In JDK7 a frame/dialog itself serves as a focus proxy. Now it proxies focus not only for components in an owned window but for all child components as well. A simple window never receives native focus and relies on focus proxy of its owner. This mechanism is transparent for a user but should be taken into account when debugging.

On Solaris OS and Linux, XToolkit uses a focus model that allows AWT to manage focus itself. With this model the window manager does not directly set input focus on a top-level window, but instead it sends only the client message to indicate that focus should be set. AWT then explicitly sets focus on the top-level window if it is allowed.

Note that X server and some window managers may nevertheless send focus events to a window. However all such events are discarded by AWT.

AWT does not generate the hierarchical chains of focus events when a component inside a top-level gains focus. Moreover, the native window mapped to the component itself does not get any native focus event. On the Solaris OS and Linux platforms, as well as on the Windows platform, AWT uses the focus proxy mechanism. Therefore, focus on the component is set by synthesizing a focus event, whereas the invisible focus proxy has native focus.

A native window that is mapped to a object (not a or object) has the flag set. Thus the window manager does not notify the window about focus change. Focus is requested on the window only in response to a mouse click. This window will not receive native focus events at all. Therefore, you can trace only or events on a frame or dialog. Since the major processing of focus occurs at the Java level, debugging focus with XToolkit is simpler than with WToolkit.

2.7.3 Focus System in the Plugin

An applet is embedded in a browser as a child (though not a direct child) of an. This is a special that has the ability to communicate with the plugin. From the applet's perspective the is a full top-level. Managing focus for an requires special additional actions. When an applet first starts, the does not get activated by default by the native system. The activation is performed by the plugin that triggers a special API provided by the. When focus leaves the applet, the is also deactivated in a synthesized manner.

2.7.4 Focus Models Supported by X Window Managers

The following focus models are supported by X window managers:

  • is a commonly used focus model. (For example, Microsoft Windows uses this model.)

  • is a focus model in which focus goes to the window that the mouse hovers over.

The mode is not detected in XAWT in Java SE 7, and this causes problems for simple windows (objects of class). Such windows have the override-redirect property, which means that they can be focused only when the mouse button is pressed, and not by hovering over the window. As a workaround, set on the window and request focus on it when mouse crosses the window borders.

2.7.5 Miscellaneous Problems With Focus

This section describes some issues that can arise with focus in AWT and suggests solutions.

Issue: Linux + KDE, XToolkit. Focus cannot be switched between two frames when frame's title is clicked.

Clicking a component inside a frame causes focus to change.

Solution: Check the version of your window manager and upgrade it to 3.0 or greater.

Issue: You want to manage focus usingto transfer focus in response to Tab/Shift+Tab, but no key events appear.

Solution: To catch traversal key events, you must enable them by calling .

Issue: A window is set modal excluded with.

The frame, its owner, is modal blocked. In this case the window will also remain modal blocked.

Solution: A window cannot become the focused window when its owner is not allowed to get focus. The solution is to exclude the owner from modality.

Issue: MS Windows. A component requests focus and is concurrently removed from its container.

Sometimes is thrown.

Solution: The easiest way to avoid throwing the exception is to do the removal along with requesting focus on EDT. Another, more complicated, approach is to synchronize requesting focus and removal if you need to perform these actions on different threads.

Issue: When focus is requested on a component and the focus owner is immediately removed, focus goes to the component after the removed component.

For example, Component A is the focus owner. Focus is requested on Component B, and immediately after this Component A is removed from its container. Eventually focus goes to Component C, which is located after Component A in the container, but not to Component B.

Solution: In this case, ensure that the requesting focus is executed after Component A is removed, not before.

Issue: MS Windows. When a window is setin an inactive frame, the window cannot receive key events.

For example, a frame is displayed, with a window that it owns. The frame is inactive, so the window is not focused. Then the window is set to. The window gains focus, but its owner remains inactive. Therefore, the window cannot receive key events.

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Issue: When a SplashScreen is shown and a frame is shown after the SplashScreen window closes, the frame does not get activated.

Solution: Bring the frame to front ( method) after showing it ( method).

Issue: Themethod does not return the frame's most recent focus owner.

For example, a frame is the focused window, and one of its components is the focus owner. Another window is clicked, and then the frame is clicked again. comes to the frame and the method is called. However, inside of this callback you cannot determine the frame's most recent focus owner, because returns null.

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Issue: An applet steals focus when it starts.

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<applet code="MyApplet" width=50 height=50> <param name=initial_focus value="false"> </applet>
Issue: A window is disabled with, but does not get totally unfocusable.

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This section discusses possible problems with Drag and Drop and the clipboard.

2.8.1 Debugging Drag and Drop Applications

It is difficult to use a debugger to troubleshoot Drag and Drop, because during the drag–and–drop operation all input is grabbed. Therefore, if you place a breakpoint during drag–and–drop, you might need to restart your X server. Try to use remote debugging instead.

Two simple methods can be used to troubleshoot most issues with Drag and Drop:

  • Printing all instances

  • Printing received data

An alternative to remote debugging is the function, which prints output without delay.

2.8.2 Frequent Issues With Drag and Drop

This section describes some issues that frequently arise with Drag and Drop in AWT and suggests troubleshooting solutions.

Problem: Pasting a huge amount of data from the clipboard takes too much time.

Using the function for a paste operation sometimes causes the application to hang for a while, especially if a rich application provides the data to paste.

The function fetches clipboard data in all available flavors (for example, some text and image flavors), and this can be expensive and unnecessary.

Solution: Use the method to get only specific data from the clipboard. If data in only one or a few flavors are needed, use one of the following methods instead of :

Problem: When a Java application usesfor DnD operations, the drag seems to take a long time.

In order to initialize transferred data only if it is needed, initialization code was put in .

data is expensive to generate, and during a DnD operation is invoked more than once, causing a slowdown.

Solution: Cache the data so that is generated only once.

Problem: Files cannot be transferred between a Java application and the GNOME/KDE desktop and file browser.

On Windows and some window managers, transferred file lists can be represented as data flavor. But not all window managers represent lists of files in this format. For example, the GNOME window manager represents a file list as a list of URIs.

Workaround: To get files, request data of typeand then translate the string to a list of files according to text/uri-list format described in RFC 2483. To enable dropping files from a Java application to GNOME/KDE desktop and file browser, export data in the text/uri-list format. For a code example, see the Work Around section of this bug report:

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Problem: An image is passed to one of themethods ofor, but the image is not displayed during the subsequent DnD operation.

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http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=4874070

Problem: There is no way to transfer an array using Drag and Drop.

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new DataFlavor(DataFlavor.javaJVMLocalObjectMimeType + "; class=" + "\"" + (new String[0]).getClass().getName() + "\"")

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Problem: There are problems using AWT Drag and Drop support with Swing components.

Various problems can arise, for example, odd events are fired during a DnD operation, multiple items cannot be dragged and dropped, an is thrown.

Solution: Use Swing's DnD support with Swing components. Although the Swing DnD implementation is based on the AWT DnD implementation, you cannot mix Swing and AWT drag–and–drop. Refer to the following documentation:

Problem: There is no way to change the state of the source to depend on the target.

In order to change the state of the source to depend on the target, you need to have references to the source and target components in the same area of code, but this is not currently implemented in the Drag and Drop API.

Workaround: One workaround is to add flags to the transferable object that allow you to determine the context of the event.

For the transfer of data within one Java VM, the following workaround is proposed:

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  • In add the target at drag source listener, as follows:

    public void dragGestureRecognized(DragGestureEvent dge) { dge.startDrag(null, new StringSelection("SomeTransferedText")); dge.getDragSource().addDragSourceListener(target); }
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This expensive operation makes transferring too long because you must wait until finishes.

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2.9 Other Issues

This section describes other issues in troubleshooting AWT.

2.9.1 Splash Screen Issues

This section describes some issues that can arise with the splash screen in AWT with the Java SE 7 release, and suggests solutions.

Issue: The user specified a jar file with an appropriatein, but the splash screen does not work.

Solution: See next solution.

Issue: It is not clear which of several jar files in an application should contain the splash screen image.

Solution: The splash screen image will be picked from a jar file only if the jar file is used with the command line option. This jar file should contain both the “SplashScreen-Image” manifest option and the image file. Jar files in will never be checked for splash screens in. If you do not useyou can still use to specify the splash screen image in the command line.

Issue: Translucent png splash screens do not work on Solaris OS and Linux.

Solution: This is a native limitation of X11. On Solaris OS and Linux, the alpha channel of a translucent image will be compared with 50% threshold. Alpha values above 0.5 will make opaque pixels and pixels with alpha below 0.5 completely transparent. Translucency support might improve in future versions of Java SE.

2.9.2 Tray Icon Issues

With the Java SE 6 release on the Windows 98 platform, the method is not supported because the native service to display a balloon is not supported on Windows 98.

If a is installed, the value of must be set to in order to create a object.

2.9.3 Popup Menu Issues

In the method, the invoker is the component in which the popup menu is to be displayed. If this property is set to null, the popup menu does not function correctly.

The solution is to set the popup's invoker to itself.

2.9.4 Background/Foreground Color Inheritance

Many AWT components use their own defaults for background and foreground colors instead of using the colors of their parents.

This behavior is platform-dependent: the same component can behave differently on different platforms. In addition, some components use the default value for one of the background or foreground colors, but take the value from the parent for another color.

To ensure the consistency of your application on every platform, use explicit color assignment (both foreground and background) for every component or container.

2.9.5 AWT Panel Size Restriction

The AWT Container has a size limitation. On most platforms, this limit is 32767 pixels. This means that, for example, if the canvas objects are 25 pixels high, a Java AWT panel cannot display more than about 1400 objects.

Unfortunately there is no way to change this limit, either with Java code or with native code. The limit depends on what data type the operating system uses to store a widget size. For example, the Windows 2000/XP operating system and the Linux X operating system use type and are therefore limited to the maximum size of an integer. Other operating systems might use different types, such asand in this case the limit could be higher.

Refer to the documentation for your platform for information.

The following are examples of workarounds for this limit that might be helpful:

  • Display components page by page.

  • Use tabs to display a few components at a time.

2.9.6 Hangs when debugging popup menus and similar components on X11

Certain GUI actions require grabbing all the input events in order to determine when the action should terminate (e.g. navigating popup menus). While the grab is active, no other applications receive input events. If a Java application is being debugged, and reached a breakpoint while the grab has been active, the operating system appears hanged. This happens because the Java application holding the grab is stopped by the debugger and can't process any input events, and other applications simply don't receive the events due to the installed grab. In order to allow debugging such applications, the following system property should be set when running the application from the debugger:

-Dsun.awt.disablegrab=true

This effectively turns off setting the grab, and as such doesn't hang the system. However, with this option set, in some cases this may lead to inability to terminate a GUI actions that would normally be terminated. For example, popup menus may not be dismissed when clicking window's titlebar.

2.9.7 / behavior on X11

Due to restrictions enforced by third-party software (in particular, by window managers such as the Metacity), the / methods may not always work as expected and cause the window to not change its stacking order in relation to other top-level windows. More details are available in the CR 6472274.

If an application ultimately wants to bring a window to top, it can try to workaround the issue by temporarily making the window "always on top" calling the and then calling to reset the "always on top" state. Note that this workaround isn't guaranteed to work either because window managers can enforce more restrictions in the future. Also please note that setting a window "always on top" is available to trusted applications only. An unsigned applet or an unsigned web-start application running in a sandbox can't use this API, and thus is unable to workaround the issue.

However, native applications experience similar issues, and as such this peculiarity makes Java applications behave similar to native applications. Therefore this issue cannot be considered as a bug.

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Changing any layout-related properties of a component, such as its size, location, splash 2.1 0 - Crack Key For U font, invalidates the component as well as its ancestors. In order for the HW/LW Mixing feature to function correctly, the component hierarchy must be validated after making such changes. By default, invalidation stops on the top-most container of the hierarchy (for example, a object). Therefore, to restore revo uninstaller pro - Crack Key For U validity of the hierarchy the application should call the method. For example:

component.setFont(myFont); frame.validate();

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To verify the validity of the whole component hierarchy a user can use the key combination Ctrl+Shift+F1 as described in 2.1 of this document. A component marked 'invalid' may indicate a missing call somewhere.

2.10.2 Validate roots

The concept of validate roots mentioned in 2.10.1 has been introduced in Swing in order to speed up the process of validating component hierarchies because it may take a significant amount of time. While such optimization leaves upper parts of hierarchies invalid, this didn't bring any issues because the layout of components inside a validate root doesn't affect the layout of outside component hierarchy (that is, the siblings of the validate root). However, when HW and LW components are mixed together in a hierarchy, this statement is no longer true. That's why the feature requires the whole component hierarchy to be valid.

Calling may be inefficient as well, and as such AWT supports an alternative, optimized way of handling invalidation/validation of component hierarchies. This feature is enabled with a system property:

-Djava.awt.smartInvalidate=true

Once this property is specified, the method will stop invalidation of the hierarchy when it reaches the nearest validate root of a component the method has been invoked on. Afterwards the application should simply call:

component.revalidate();

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If an application experiences any difficulties running in this new optimized mode, a user can use the key combination Ctrl+Shift+F1 as described in 2.1 of this document to investigate what parts of the component hierarchy are left invalid, and thus possibly cause the problems.

2.10.3 Swing painting optimizations

By default, Swing library assumes that there are no heavyweight components in the component hierarchy, and therefore uses optimized drawing techniques to boost performance of the Swing UI. If a component hierarchy contains hw components, the optimizations must be turned off. This is relevant for Swing s in the first place. You can change the scrolling mode by using the method.

2.10.4 Non-opaque lightweight components

Non-opaque lightweight components are not supported by the hw/lw mixing feature implementation by default. In order to enable mixing non-rectangular lw components with hw components, the application must use the non-public API.

Note that non-rectangular lw components should still paint themselves using either opaque (alpha == 1.0) or transparent (alpha == 0.0) colors. Using translucent colors (with 0.0 < alpha < 1.0) is not supported.

2.10.5 Disabling the default hw/lw mixing feature implementation

In the past, some developers have implemented their own support for cases when hw and lw components must be mixed together. The built-in implementation of the feature available since JDK 6 update 12 and JDK 7 may cause problems with custom workarounds. In order to disable the built-in feature the application must be started with the following system property:

-Dsun.awt.disableMixing=true
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Third-party accessory makers also offer MagSafe-compatible cases, car mounts, chargers, and more

Oops resistant.

Industry-leading IP68 water resistance

Also resists spills and splashes from everyday liquids like coffee, tea, soda, and juice

Dust doesn’t stand a chance, either

Which iPhone is right for you?

6.7″ or 6.1″

All-screen OLED display with ProMotion

Pro camera system

Telephoto, Wide, Ultra Wide

A15 Bionic chip

Fastest chip ever
in a smartphone

Superfast 5G

Up to 28 hours video
playback

Compatible with MagSafe accessories

6.1” or 5.4”

All-screen OLED display

Advanced dual‑camera system

Wide, Ultra Wide

A15 Bionic chip

Faster than the competition

Superfast 5G

Up to 19 hours video
playback

Compatible with MagSafe accessories

6.1” or 5.4”

All-screen OLED display

Dual‑camera system

Wide, Ultra Wide

A14 Bionic chip

Superfast 5G

Up to 17 hours video
playback

Compatible with MagSafe accessories

Single-camera system

Wide

A13 Bionic chip

4G LTE cellular

Up to 13 hours video
playback

There’s no phone like iPhone.

Protects your privacy.

Privacy is built into iPhone from the ground up. Face ID data doesn’t leave your iPhone. iOS shows you an app’s privacy practices before you download it. When you use Apple Pay, your card number isn’t shared with merchants. The list goes on.

Learn more about Apple and privacy

Everything just works.

Our hardware and software work together seamlessly. Want to pair new AirPods with your iPhone? It’s a simple one‑tap setup. Want to share photos, videos, or contacts with friends nearby? AirDrop lists their names onscreen, so you can choose with a tap.

Designed to last.

Superstrong materials and water resistance make iPhone incredibly durable. And automatic iOS updates deliver new features and security enhancements that keep your iPhone running beautifully and help it hold its value longer than other smartphones.

Lighter on the planet.

We’re always innovating to reduce our carbon footprint. Today, our stores, offices, data centers, and operations are already carbon neutral. By 2030 our products — and your carbon footprint from using them — will be, too.

Learn more about Apple and the environment

Which iPhone is right for you?

6.7″ or 6.1″

All-screen OLED display with ProMotion

Pro camera system

Telephoto, Wide, Ultra Wide

A15 Bionic chip

Fastest chip ever
in a smartphone

Superfast 5G

Up to 28 hours video
playback

Compatible with MagSafe accessories

6.1” or 5.4”

All-screen OLED display

Advanced dual‑camera system

Wide, Ultra Wide

A15 Bionic chip

Faster than the competition

Superfast 5G

Up to 19 hours video
playback

Compatible with MagSafe accessories

6.1” or 5.4”

All-screen OLED display

Dual‑camera system

Wide, Ultra Wide

A14 Bionic chip

Superfast 5G

Up to 17 hours video
playback

Compatible with MagSafe accessories

Single-camera system

Wide

A13 Bionic chip

4G LTE cellular

Up to 13 hours video
playback

Special carrier deals at Apple

Save up to $1000 on the newest iPhone after trade-in
AT&T

Save up to $1000

T-Mobile/Sprint, now part of T-Mobile.

Get $400 ‑ $900 in credit

Find your deal

Trade in
your smartphone
for credit.

With Apple Trade In, you can get credit toward a new iPhone when you trade in an eligible smartphone. It’s good for you and the planet.

Learn more about Apple trade in

Still have questions? Just ask.

You won’t find a better place to buy iPhone. We know about carriers, payment options, and more. And we make it easy to understand.

Learn moreabout buying iPhone.

Источник: https://www.apple.com/iphone-12/key-features/

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1 Comments

  1. +Jacob Cromb (Titanus) That's pretty unlucky, never had such a bad experience myself. I bought almost any game i own on steam there

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