test/java/awt/Window/ShapedAndTranslucentWindows/Translucent.java

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*** 24,44 **** import java.awt.*; /* * @test * @summary Check if translucent window is dragged and resized ! correctly. * @author Dmitriy Ermashov (dmitriy.ermashov@oracle.com) * @library ../../../../lib/testlibrary * @build Common ExtendedRobot * @run main Translucent */ public class Translucent extends Common { public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception { ! if (checkTranslucencyMode(GraphicsDevice.WindowTranslucency.TRANSLUCENT) && ! checkTranslucencyMode(GraphicsDevice.WindowTranslucency.PERPIXEL_TRANSPARENT)) for (Class<Window> windowClass: WINDOWS_TO_TEST){ new Translucent(windowClass).doTest(); } } --- 24,55 ---- import java.awt.*; /* * @test * @summary Check if translucent window is dragged and resized ! * correctly. ! * ! * Test Description: Check if TRANSLUCENT translucency type is supported ! * on the current platform. Proceed if they are supported. Create ! * a window and apply opacity of 0.3. Drag and resize the window ! * using AWT Robot and verify that translucency is not affected. ! * Make the window appear on top of a known background. Repeat this ! * for Window, Dialog, Frame. ! * Expected Result: If TRANSLUCENT translucency type is supported, the ! * window should show the background. Dragging and resizing ! * shouldn't affect the translucency. ! * ! * @author mrkam * @author Dmitriy Ermashov (dmitriy.ermashov@oracle.com) * @library ../../../../lib/testlibrary * @build Common ExtendedRobot * @run main Translucent */ public class Translucent extends Common { public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception { ! if (checkTranslucencyMode(GraphicsDevice.WindowTranslucency.TRANSLUCENT)) for (Class<Window> windowClass: WINDOWS_TO_TEST){ new Translucent(windowClass).doTest(); } }