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Hi all,
if anyone can help with with this you are a genius.
I would to create a layout manager that is similar to the GridLayout. All the components in the Gridlayout are of the same size, however I would like to resize my components and make them any size i wish. I'm more concerned about the width, the height can be the same for all i care.
If anyone has a clue on how I might be able to do this please give me some advice.
Cheers,
Sarone
 
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How about starting at the "source", as Sun's Creating a Custom Layout Manager.
If you do a search on the web for "Java custom layout manager" you find lots of good resources, but the SUN site is a good place to start.
 
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