Below is the email from Silenio from SWT/Eclipse team.
> Hi Bino,
> I have this problem with lightweights on Windows and I was wondering if it
> be fixed in AWT or worked around some other way.
> The problem is that Swing components (or any lightweight) will not receive
> mouse events, if they are added directly to the Windows embedded frame
> (WEmbeddedFrame). This problem only happens on Windows, and t is
> possible to work around it by adding a java.awt.Panel between them.
> Here is the bug report if you want to take a look:
I have created a testcase for this problem. Simply unzip the attached testcase
and run in on windows with SWT 3.0 M6 or above. The problem only occurs on windows. The firstr example AWTInSWT_Frame does not work, AWTInSWT_Panel does.
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