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locations An on-screen graphic representing an interface element that a user can select or manipulate--for example, an application, document, or disk A set of icons in a pane See also icon, pane A set of components configured in a standardized way to provide a particular appearance and behavior To bring an object or data file (for example, a document created in another application, a text file, or a graphics file) into an application An alarm whose status is closed or fixed See also active alarm, alarm event Used to provide feedback about an operation whose duration you cannot estimate and whose sequence of stages you cannot represent See also progress bar See keyboard focus The place, usually indicated by a blinking bar, where typed text or a dragged or pasted selection will appear See also pointer Displays a continuously updated view of the property values for the selected object, and enables a user to change the displayed property values (and the selected object) immediately See also property window A wizard that installs software
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entering a value directly in the cell that has focus See also external editing model A progress animation in an application's dedicated area for indicating the progress or status of operations See also external progress animation In MDI applications, a window that a user cannot drag outside the backing window In an MDI application that uses the Java Look and feel,
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internal windows have a window border, title bar, and standard window controls with the Java look and feel Internal windows correspond to a non-MDI application's primary windows See also backing window, MDI, primary window A programming interface (part of the JFC) that enables assistive technologies to interact and communicate with JFC components A Java application that fully supports the Java Accessibility API is compatible with such technologies as screen readers and screen magnifiers See JFC The default appearance and behavior for JFC applications, designed for cross-platform use The Java look and feel works in the same way on any platform that supports the JFC (Java Foundation Classes) A part of the Java 2 platform that includes the Swing classes, pluggable look and feel designs, and the Java Accessibility API The JFC also includes the Java 2D API, drag and drop, and other enhancements An application built with the JFC See also JFC The active window or component where the user's next keystrokes will take effect Sometimes called the "input focus" See also select A collective term for keyboard shortcuts, mnemonics, and other forms of navigation and activation that utilize the keyboard instead of the mouse See also keyboard shortcut, mnemonic A keystroke combination (usually a modifier key and a character key, like Control-C) that activates a menu item from the keyboard even if the relevant menu is not currently displayed See also keyboard operations, mnemonic The sequence of fields that will receive keyboard focus if a user repeatedly presses the Tab key See also keyboard focus A feature that lets users find a list item by typing its
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