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REGRESSION: tooltip text does not change after change of gui element

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      Regression: YES
      Package: J2SE
      Version: mustang b39
      Locale: de

      Description: Tooltip string does not change after change of gui element
        If you have two gui elements with different tooltips and move
        from one to second, the tooltip text does not change. The tooltip box is
        corrupted sometimes too - it looks like one tooltip is over second.

        When you move back or to a third gui element, everything start to work
        correctly. It happens just when the tooltip should change first time.

        See the attached image - the tooltip "Makinen" is the "I" button tooltip.
        But cursor and focus is on "B" button (unfortunately the mouse cursor is hide
        on Win screenshots)

        Linux and Solaris bundles work fine, 5.0u3 fcs on Win works fine too.


      Bundle tested:
        jdk-6_0-ea-bin-b39-windows-i586-03_jun_2005.exe
        jdk-1_5_0_03-fcs-bin-b05-windows-i586-p-08_mar_2005.exe

      Platform: W2003 de SP1

      Reproduce Step(s):
        Tested on ga16-b03: font-render/swing/three/JToolBarTest.java testcase but I
        suppose it happens in any application.

        - run 'sh run_gs.sh font-render/swing/three/JToolBarTest.java'
        - move cursor to 'B' button
        - wait for tooltip to appear
        - move cursor to button 'I'

        => the tooltip does not change. If you go directly to

      ###@###.### 2005-06-09 13:21:48 GMT

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            Assignee:
            alexp Alexander Potochkin (Inactive)
            Reporter:
            jenda Jan Lána
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