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Re: How to mesure the inactivity time



Thanks,


How ever, I am searching for more low level procedure. I mean, is there any event or interruption that the system produces then the user come leaves or take back his machine.



Regards


Adel



2009/3/2 Matthew Flaschen <matthew flaschen gatech edu>
Adel ESSAFI wrote:
> Hi list
>
>
> I am developping a tool with java and I want to know the inactivity time
> of the user, i.e, the duration of the time that the keybord and mouse
> were not used.

Use a static variable (secondsSincePress) in your main class (e.g.
MyProgram), add a keyPressed method (along with blank methods for the
rest of the KeyListener interface) that sets secondsSincePress to 0,
then call MainJFrame.addKeyListener from MyProgram's main.  It is
basically the same thing for mouse (MouseListener), except I don't think
there's any way to detect mouse /movements/ (only presses and entering
and leaving the window).

Let us know if you still have questions.

Matt Flaschen

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