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Hi friends,
in need a help...
I want to use a jpanel which is transparent.....
what exactly i need is i am adding some background image using jlabel and image icon...
what i need is if i add a jpanel on that image i must see that image...
as a bckground to any component..
bye for now
 
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You can use setOpaque( false ) to make a component transparent.
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