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Can you help me to remove this border?

 
arun mahajan
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Hi,
I was trying the following code and it sucessfully but there is a problem it gives me a border around the container. I failed to understand how to remove it. Can you please help me?
regards,
Arun

import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.text.*;

public class testJTextPane extends JFrame
{
JTextPane jtp;
public testJTextPane()
{
Containercont = getContentPane();
cont.setBackground(new Color(140,199,222));
cont.setFont(new Font("arial",Font.BOLD,11));
cont.setLayout(null);
jtp = new JTextPane();
jtp.setEditable(false);
jtp.setBackground(new Color(140,199,222));
JScrollPane paneScrollPane = new JScrollPane(jtp);
paneScrollPane.setVerticalScrollBarPolicy(JScrollPane.VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR_AS_NEEDED);
paneScrollPane.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(250, 155));
paneScrollPane.setMinimumSize(new Dimension(10, 10));
paneScrollPane.setBounds(50,30,200,200);
cont.add(paneScrollPane);

Style def = StyleContext.getDefaultStyleContext().getStyle(StyleContext.DEFAULT_STYLE);
Style regular = jtp.addStyle("regular", def);
StyleConstants.setFontFamily(def, "SansSerif");
Style s = jtp.addStyle("italic", regular);
StyleConstants.setItalic(s, true);
StyleConstants.setForeground(s,Color.red);
Style s1 = jtp.addStyle("bold", regular);
StyleConstants.setBold(s, true);
Document doc = jtp.getDocument();
String msg = "This is a test msessage to check the JTextPane capability.Again repeating for checking for scroll pane This is a test msessage to check the JTextPane capability. once Again repeating for checking for scroll pane This is a test msessage to check the JTextPane capability. one more time Again repeating for checking for scroll pane This is a test msessage to check the JTextPane capability";
try
{
String msg1 = msg.substring(0,10);
String msg2 = msg.substring(10,23);
String msg3 = msg.substring(23);
doc.insertString(doc.getLength(),msg1,s);
doc.insertString(doc.getLength(),msg2,s1);
doc.insertString(doc.getLength(),msg3,s);
}
catch (BadLocationException ble)
{
System.err.println("Couldn't insert initial text.");
}
}
public static void main(String[] args)
{
//testJTextPane xx = new testJTextPane();
JFrame xx = new testJTextPane();
xx.setSize(300,300);
xx.show();
}
}
 
Michael Morris
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The default Border for JComponents are defined by the current look and fell. If you don't want any border (which is around your JScrollPane) just set the Border to null thus:

Hope this helps.
 
Rajendar
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yes,u can set the components border to null or
create a Empty border as follows...
paneScrollPane.setBorder(BorderFactory.createEmptyBorder());
 
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