When I use JInternalFrame to hold a LIGHTWEIGHT JxBrowser, I can keep other internal frames atop JxBrowser. Unfortunately, JxBrowser does not receive keystrokes in my legacy Java application when I use LIGHTWEIGHT mode.

In my legacy application, a HEAVYWEIGHT JxBrowser receives keystrokes, but insists on always being the topmost internal frame.

Any ideas on how my JxBrowser might receive keystrokes and stay behind other internal frames?

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