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XP component in Java?

 
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Hello all,
For a upcoming project i'm doing research for a easy familair user interface. My users know how to use windows xp, so i took a look at some screenshots and found a nice idea. The following image illustrates the idea:
http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/newsroom/winxp/images/img010.jpg
As you can see the main program objects are located at the right (in the big part of the screen). But one nice thing is the bar/part at the left (in dark blue), this is the part where all the commando's are located. This seems to be a familair thing in windows xp.
I searched with google for a java component which looked like this, but couldn't find anything because i don't know how the component is called.
Does somebody know how people call the dark blue part on the left with tasks and commando's?
Thanks,
 
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Hi Jan
Check out JSplitPane in the java documentation.
Ed
[ March 07, 2004: Message edited by: Eddie Vanda ]
 
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I know this isn't really helpful, but it is out there. It's either free, OSS, or a pay component, but I have seen it somewhere recently (but of course didn't bookmark it)
Brian
 
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