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Hi everyone,
Ive created an applet in java for which displays images
on a canvas, it also has panels for the buttons and components.
I have used the paint method for displaying the images.
The problem I'm haveing is that when I run the applet the
panels are painted over, such that only the buttons are
visible but the panels borders are just painted over.
 
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