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I am trying to make a JList of JCheckBoxes. Here is the code

It comiles and runs, and I can see the Checkboxes with the correct text, however, I can't click on the check boxes. When I click the checks, they don't get checked. Any ideas?
 
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1. Create an Object to retain the checkbox's state, generate accessors, override toString(), etc
public ListCheckBox(Object newObject) {
aObject = newObject;
isSelected = false;
}
then add this object to your data model
DefaultListModel aModel = new DefaultListMode();
aModel.addElement(new ListCheckBox(newElement));
.
.
theList.setModel(aModel);

2. In your list cell renderer's getListCellRendererComponent, change the state of the checkbox:

this.setSelected(((ListCheckBox) value).isSelected());
3. Add a mouselistener to your list and upon mouseClicked:
public void doCheck() {
ListCheckBox item =
(ListCheckBox) getSelectedValue();
item.setSelected(!item.isSelected());
repaint();
}
This is should start you in the right direction but you'll probably have to do a lot of tweeking to get it to behave the way you want.
 
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