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use 80% of a row

 
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Hi!

I have panel that has a scroll pane (with an editor pane) and a button. I would like that the scroll pane filled 80% of the panel. Is there a way to do this? How?
 
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Check out weightx and weighty in GridBagLayout
 
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another option is BorderLayout.

put everything else in a separate panel, then add that to EAST/WEST/NORTH or SOUTH,
giving it a preferredSize width or height (depending on where it is in the BorderLayout) equal to 20% of the frame's width or height,
then add the scrollpane to BorderLayout.CENTER, and it will take up the remaining 80%
 
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Thank you.

I tried the below code but it didn't work. It is 50% for both. I'll try Michael Dunn's suggestion and give feedback.

 
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Leandro Coutinho wrote:Thank you.

I tried the below code but it didn't work. It is 50% for both.


No surprise as you're using GridLayout not the suggested GridBagLayout. There's a BIG difference.

Luck
 
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pete stein wrote:

Leandro Coutinho wrote:Thank you.

I tried the below code but it didn't work. It is 50% for both.


No surprise as you're using GridLayout not the suggested GridBagLayout. There's a BIG difference.

Luck


wow. sorry folks. (ashamed)
 
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