If you can get your finger-nail under the edge, they tend to be easier to peel off...
But seriously... it would help if you would give a little bit more detail on what you want to do...
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posted 18 years ago
I am adding labels in one applet and storing that objects of labels in one vector ..after that i want to remove one or two specific labels..now it will be remove from vector but how can i remove it from an applet....i mean object of label how can i remove....
Personally, I've found that a knife or razor blade can help OK. Let's see if we can make this a little clearer. When you say "label and object" do you mean something like a textfield control with a label next to it? If you're just looking to hide visual elements, you can always set their "visible" properties to "false". However, it's not generally a good idea to have the GUI rearranging itself like that - it frustrates and confuses people - better to simply disable items. That way the UI looks consistent, but the user is prevented from misusing the disabled items and they're usually visually marked as disabled.
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