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Help with two buttons on applet

 
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I have a program and i need a button that will show the lyrics to a song and the other button to clear those words from the text area and right now the way the program is set up is that when i click either of the buttons it shows the lyrics. How can i fix this?
 
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Hi Kinzur,
sorry but don't understand why you are able to compile it.
The if(ActionEvent == "Clear") statement should not work. Try actionEvent.getActionCommand() in the if statement.
Additional you need an else part. Otherwise you will clear the text box and fill it with lyrics again.
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Torsten
 
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ok let me try that
 
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ok it works now but the output looks very funny on the applet. Like the text area over runs it or something and my buttons disappear once i click them.
 
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ok i got everything working accept when i run the program my buttons are on teh right of my text area and i want them at the bottom. how do i do that?
 
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Hi Kinzur,
if you would like to have the buttons on the bottom, I would use a Borderlayout and two additional JPanel.
For example:

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