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Adding Component to the right in JToolBar  RSS feed

 
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Hello All,

I have a question about JToolBar I have some components and I need to add some components on left and other on the right side ot the Toolbar. In the code which I have pasted below I need the Right button on the right side of the toolbar. I know the default layout for Toolbar is BoxLayout and i cant use rigid areas and invisibe filler component .



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Muhammad Imran Saeed
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Ok I have found the solution to the question which i posted. Here is my soloution. Hope it helps someone else...



Thanks anyways .
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Muhamamd Imran Saeed
 
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