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about image. see this simple code please.

 
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thank you so much the previous reply.
here i have another problem.i wanted to have image img1 as background and img2 as a forground.
at present with the below code, it produces strange result. image img1 come as a background but img2 it does not come on the forground yet it show the space of img2 containing the img1 image.
please help me.
import java.applet.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
public class popo1 extends Applet
{

Image img1,img2;

public void init()
{
MediaTracker mt=new MediaTracker(this);

/*img1 image file is big and covers all the appletspace, where as the
img2 image is small and it should stay like on top of the image img1 file.
in a nutshell..img1 as a background and img2 as forground.
*/
img1=getImage(getDocumentBase(),"d.gif");
img2=getImage(getDocumentBase(),"language.gif");

mt.addImage(img1,1);
mt.addImage(img2,2);

try
{
mt.waitForAll();
}
catch(InterruptedException e)
{}
}
public void paint(Graphics g)
{
g.drawImage(img1,0,0,this);
g.drawImage(img2,20,40,this);
}
}
 
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I tested this code out with images of my own and it worked perfectly, so it isn't a problem with your code. If you are saying that Image2 doesn't show up at all... that sounds like the image you are specifying doesn't exist... make sure you are spelling "language.gif" correctly ( exactly as the file is named ), and that is it in the same directory with your background image.

HTH,
-Nate
 
nima lama
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respected Nathan,
with reference to my code at above.
if
*******
public void paint(Graphics g)
{
g.drawImage(img1,0,0,this);
g.drawImage(img2,0,0,this);
}
******
then what would be the result.
img2 should come on top of the img1 but it is not coming..
please, tell me.
[This message has been edited by nima lama (edited June 21, 2001).]
 
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When I run your code, I see img2 drawn on top of img1, just as you would expect. If I go back into the code and change the filename of the image I am trying to load into img2, then I only get img1 loaded, with no img2 painted on top. This is why I advised you to check your image files, because the code is fine.

-Nate
 
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