i derived a button from a button component to add a feature of being "stuck" (not raising after the user released the mouse button).
all i do is override the paint method (and update) and changing the state of the button to 'pressed' before calling super.paint(g) (for as long as i need it to remain pressed).
this works well in appletviewer.
on netscape on the other hand there is this weird fenomena: i press the button, release the mouse button, move to another place (in the applet space), then the button suddenly 'decides' to raise itself. but, if i take another window (in the win95 environment, not a jave window) and move it on the button (cover it) and then move it back the button paints itself as pressed again (with out any events in the applet).
so i did 2 things:
a. i added System.err.println commands to show the state of the button before it paints (i see this in the java console of netcape) and indeed it stil has the press state.
b. i copied the entire paint code to my method (without call to super.paint(g)). the code seems to work ok (and it does under appletviewer), but in netscape....
so have any ideas on the subject?