Adam,

I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to achieve.

Are you attempting to have a single native frame, which would contain both a Pivot GUI and some AWT components?  Perhaps having the frame divided into sections and placing the Pivot and AWT 'sections' along side each other?

Chris

On 3 February 2011 23:03, Adam Perer <adam.perer@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello!

I understand it is not possible to embed AWT components inside a Pivot container.  One solution mentioned on this mailing list is by perhaps adding the AWT component to the host window.
However, I am unable to get this to work in practice.  For instance, I have put code similar to the following in the startup method of my Pivot Application:

...
java.awt.Window hostWindow = display.getHostWindow();
myAWTComponent foo = new myAWTComponent();
hostWindow.add(foo);
...

However, I am unable to see foo, as the Pivot window seem to take up the entire host window.  Do you have any tips so that I can get my Pivot UI and my AWT component to work together?  In practice, I am trying get the Processing.org visualization framework to work alongside the beautiful Pivot GUI.

Thanks!
   Adam