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Layout Issues

 
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Hi friends,

I'm having a JpanelA with boder layout.PanelB is also having a border layout with some components(again on a panel) on the NORTH,a panel with some more componenents on the CENTER,Another penal containg a JTable and buttons on the SOUTH.
while displaying it displays only the NORTH and SOUTH components!!!.If i remove the component in SOUTH then the component in the CENTER gets displayed.What could be the reason?.No exceptions thrown...
Thanks in advance....
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[ January 29, 2007: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]
 
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Hi Friends,

Subject is not JTabbedPane instead Layout should have been.Sorry for that
 
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post the code that demonstrates the problem (just JPanels with JLabels will do)
 
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I edited your post and fixed the subject for you. You have the ability to do this to your own threads as well. In the toolbar above your post there is an icon that looks like a piece of paper with a pencil. Click that to edit/delete your post if ever you need to.
 
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