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Can not set the stupid size to panel here is the problem!

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Why I can in applet when i set size with (p -> is my panel) p.setSize(100,100); is not seting the size? I just getting the constant size difined by Gridlayou(3,2)?
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* is my painted in blue area on applet
Please help me i posted the question already today but from some reasonse no body had responsed me yet
Thanks for help
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When using GridLayout( or any other layout for that matter ), the layout manager always sets the size, so calls to setSize() don't work... If you want resizing to work, do setLayout( null ) in the init() method of your Applet... but be prepared to do a setBounds( x, y, w, h ) for every component you add to your Applet...

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