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Removing Objects from a Custom Layout

 
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Hi Guys,
I created my own custom LayoutManager, which works okay. But now I want to remove a button when it's been clicked. Has anyone ever implemented removeLayoutComponent(Component)? I'm just looking for an example.
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All you need to do is undo all you've done in addLayoutComponent. So how about you show us that method?
 
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Look in the Java source code that comes with the JDK. I believe the file name is src.zip, so just unzip it and you have access to all the classes.
 
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@Override
public void addLayoutComponent(Component arg0, Object arg1) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub

}
 
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If your layout manager doesn't have any of its own administration then it's not necessary to do any cleanup. Just keep the method empty.
 
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