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SplitPane problem

 
Greenhorn
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Hello
I have 2 splitPane: splitpane1 and splitpane2, splitpane2 is in splitpane1.
When i move splitpane1's divider, I would like that the splitpane2's divider does not move!
Is it possible?
Thx for your responses
 
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No... you can't really do that... you can mess with components minimum size, though, so that a splitpane will not make the pane containing it smaller than that amount(setMinimumSize(Dimension))... that may be helpful in what you are trying to do...
 
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