hendrik on 13 Mar, 2010 01:23 PM
You are absolutely right! It's quite infuriating!
But unfortuntely I can't do anything about it as it's a problem in
Apple's own implementation of Java - they broke their own platform.
Afaik, there is a bug report about this pending, so we can only hope
that they find the time to fix this soon. Unfortunately, Java support
isn't really a priority at Apple anymore, so the few engineers they
have, are working pretty hard.
May I ask which version of beaTunes and OSX you are experiencing this
I'm a professional Java developer, who has to support Macs, so
I'm all too familiar with Apple's lax attitude towards Java bugs.
On the other hand, my apps don't behave this way. My guess is
you're using a JDialog for your main window, which causes this
behavior, but which you shouldn't really do.