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How can I do to discover the current position of the cursor in a textpane??? for example if the user keeps surfing on the text. Is there a way to discover the position of the cursor on the text in a jtextpane???
 
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By cursor, you may mean what Swing calls the caret. Check out getCaret() and getCaretPostion() on the javax.swing.text.JTextComponent class, and also the javax.swing.textCaret class.
 
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yes!!! that 's it!!! thanks a lot!!!
 
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Gee John! - you think that you made him happy?
Such enthusiasm!
 
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is there a way to block the jtextpane??? for example if I don't want the user writing porn words in my textpane!is there an easy way to do that???
 
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You would need to write yourself a little parser to scan through the input and look for specific words/patterns.
You could use Regular Expressions to do this.
Once you identify such a pattern you can edit it out.
[ December 19, 2002: Message edited by: Cindy Glass ]
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