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My application has 4 layers of containers. And painting of the screens is not done immediately after some of the events, even though I revalidate/repaint.
What are the guidelines to be followed to have a good painting of the screens.
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Painting should occur flawlessly if you have your application threaded properly. Make sure none of your event-handling code is taking lots of time... if so use separate threads to avoid slowing down the event-dispatching thread.
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