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> The problem in your example is with #!null - which is not an object. Hm... I've searched DejaNews but couldn't find out why java.awt.Font's getFont(<String>) returns #!null when passed "Helvetica" (which is used in some book examples). I tried replacing primitive-static-method by primitive-constructor but got another error (no such constructor; although there should be one with three parameters). Sorry if this is too much to ask, but I'd appreciate any hints... Thanks, Aleks