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Does the DefaultTableCellRender take care of displaying ImageIcon ? My table model has the getColumnClass defined.

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nope. but it should be fairly easy to enhance DefaultTableCellRenderer to do so.
Create a class ImageIconRenderer (or whatever) that extends DefaultTableCellRenderer.
Override the setValue method to

Register an instance of your new renderer to render ImagIcons using setDefaultRenderer.
that *should* do the trick !
D.
[ February 25, 2004: Message edited by: Don Kiddick ]
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