change drag sensitivity (java doc included)

Hi all,

The the following is taken from

4415175: New API to Globally Change the DnD Gesture Motion Threshold
    The drag motion gesture threshold represents the number of pixels the cursor is dragged before the data transfer system initiates a drag operation. Prior to this release, this was hard-coded to 5 pixels. As of release 5.0, there is support for picking up the desktop properties for drag sensitivity and mapping it to the threshold, and new API that allows users to get and change this threshold. The new API includes:
        * java.awt.dnd.DragSource.getDragThreshold()
        * java.awt.dnd.drag.threshold (a property)
        * java.awt.dnd.MouseDragGestureRecognizer (updated class spec)

How can I change the drag sensitivity? Im unsure how to implement the above.


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As in DragSource.getDragThreshold() is said, You can set the system property "wt.dnd.drag.threshold" to some pixel count:

System.setProperty("wt.dnd.drag.threshold", "10");
iAwinAuthor Commented:

Thanks I tried this:
     System.setProperty("java.awt.dnd.drag.threshold", "10");

But does'nt work for me
it should be "awt.dnd.drag.threshold".

another option would be this:


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iAwinAuthor Commented:
"awt.dnd.drag.threshold" works

Thanks very much
iAwinAuthor Commented:

Why did'nt "java.awt.dnd.drag.threshold" work?

Is'nt it the same really?
glad to help
I guess not, and it shouldn't. As two strings "java.awt.dnd.drag.threshold", "awt.dnd.drag.threshold" are different, the property names also are different or meaningless
iAwinAuthor Commented:

thanks again
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