Change Priority of JDK-8231513
sproket at videotron.ca
Thu Oct 17 10:45:23 UTC 2019
Yes. Please! I was looking at this a while ago but I'm not familiar
enough with the source to see where the problem lies.
On 10/16/2019 5:52 PM, Sebastian Stenzel wrote:
> I would like to ask whether it doesn't make sense to give this issue a little more attention than P4:
> Essentially, as Kevin Rushforth confirmed in the Ticket, any JavaFX application will trigger a warning on the latest stable macOS release that it is requesting permissions to an API to receive key events.
> I want to stress that denying this permission will not impair the functionality of any JavaFX controls in any way.
> Nevertheless this warning lets any JavaFX application appear as a malware. This is especially worrying for productivity apps used in enterprise environments. The only thing downstream developers can do atm is fingerpointing at JavaFX, which harms its spread as a UI frameworks for cross platform dev.
> I suggest to solve this earlier than with openjfx-14, since it will affect any JavaFX app for any macOS Catalina user.
> See related discussions:
> - https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/123797
> - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58094615/javafx-tornadofx-cause-keystroke-receiving-prompt-on-macos-10-15-catalina
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