I am not really sure if there is a concrete way to do this. In my case, what I did was create a dirty hack to prolong a tooltip’s visible delay by making use of the ToolTipManager setDismissDelay() method.

I figure nobody would look at a tooltip for a whole 10 minutes so that it what I set as default value. By setting the setDismissDelay() method to 10 minutes of equivalent milliseconds in the component’s mouseEntered event, the tooltip will always show itself until the mouse cursor is off the component’s area when mouseExited is invoked.

As I said, it may not be the accurate way to stop the delay but it works! 😉

YouTube user bornforthis43 created this stop motion animation of classic Nintendo characters that took 120 hours of work to make.

This 3 minute video contains the following game characters

Kirby’s Adventure – with gummy candy
Contra – with Legos
The Legend of Zelda – with twigs and construction paper
Metroid – with iPhone Samus
Mega Man 2 – with Legos and construction paper
Super Mario Bros. – with vegetables

From the zany to the dangerous to the just plain dumb, here is TIME’s list (in no particular order) of some of the world’s bright ideas that just didn’t work out. Surprisingly, Farmville is included. But do you think they would care? They are profiting after all he he he.

I would have to disagree in some of their list. The betamax was a good invention. It paved the way for innovations to what we have now. Check out the list below and comment which ones in the list you agree are bad inventions

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