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Hi
I want to have something like a speedometer. I draw it with Java2D

If I have now an event, then I want to change to position of "filledPolygon". How can I do that?
I found out, that i can translate the Graphics2D-Object, but this does not affect on my already created "filledPolygon" !
Any ideas?
Thanks, Flavio
[ May 27, 2003: Message edited by: Flavio Grisch ]
[ May 27, 2003: Message edited by: Flavio Grisch ]
[ May 27, 2003: Message edited by: Flavio Grisch ]
 
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If you are doing this inside the paint() method of an AWT component, or the paintComponent() method of a Swing component, you'll simply update all of the values you need to (i.e. x, y, yo1, yu1, x1, x2, yo2, etc.), and then call repaint().
 
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