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urgency!!! In Japplet, how to make......

 
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urgency!!! In Japplet, how to make Image as JApplet background image,hope u see completely.

I have get Image Object as blow,then how to do?
Image image=getImage(url,"hill.jpg");

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note!!!
I hope swing GUI on Japplet can still be seen after loading Image
I found if using code as below
/* g.drawImage(0,0,image,this) */
I will only see Image.It means all GUI will disappear but image。
so u will don't tell me answer is It.

Thanks
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Hi Liang,
The easiest way that I have found to perform what you want is to use a new JPanel created just to support the background image. Then add your components to it and add that to the JApplet. Sounds weird but the code below might give you an idea of what I mean.

Regards,
Manfred.
 
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