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Okay, this is maybe a very advanced question... I've got a JScrollPane which view is set to a JTree. The JTree is as big as the Viewport. In default case, the TreeNodes of the View (DefaultMutableTreeNode) are showing a JLabel. Example: Root |-Menu1 +-Menu2 <------ This is a JLabel |-Menu2a <------ This is a JLabel |-Menu2b |-Menu3 |-Menu4 In my case, the TreeNodes of the View (DefaultMutableTreeNode) are showing a JTable. This JTable has one row and a different amount of cells (columns). The Grid is set to invisible etc... Ok, now my problem is: How can I fit the JTable's to the viewport-size? The JTree is as big as the ViewportSize, but the JTable's won't be stretched to the viewport-width. Anyone got an idea? Thanks in advance Florian Meyer
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