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Is there a way to update JEditorPane right after the moment of setting page?
I want to implement kind of log. So I press button and message appear in JEditorPane right after appropriate event.
Now all messages displayed in JEditorPane after processing button click.
 
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Dmytro Iarko wrote:Is there a way to update JEditorPane right after the moment of setting page?
I want to implement kind of log. So I press button and message appear in JEditorPane right after appropriate event.
Now all messages displayed in JEditorPane after processing button click.



Basically their are 2 ways to do it:
a)Append to the original Text by using setText method: Get the text from the editor pane by getText() method. append the new string to the original text and by setText method you can upload text to editor pane. --Useful if the text size is less

b)By Using Document concept: Using document by editorPane.getDocument() method and insert string at the end original text. --Useful if text size is more
example:

Document doc = editorPane.getDocument();
try
{
doc.insertString(doc.getLength(), message, null);
}
catch(Exception ex)
{
}


 
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