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about JFrame , JPanel and JMenuBar

 
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i used JFrame to display my app with attached JPanel and JMenuBar.

but when am running my app... menubar items under layered by JPanels labels
how to resolve this one

javascript: x()
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Hi "Ani Kum",
Welcome to the Ranch. We are happy to have you here.

When you create and display your JFrame are you calling the setVisible() before adding the panels and menus?
 
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> menubar items under layered by JPanels labels

sounds like you are using java.awt.Label instead of javax.swing.JLabel
 
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