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How to display JFrame with orientation Right_To_Left in Windows 7 64bit..?

 
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Hello:
This is a simple code to display the JFrame on Windows 7 64 bit with Component Orientation Right to left(for Arabic user) but it doesn't work..!? the frame stay from left to right....!! nothing change
I don't know if the problem with Windows 7 64 bit or from my code.........!!?
This is the code



and I try to use method( jFrame.applyComponentOrientation(ComponentOrientation.RIGHT_TO_LEFT) ) but I got the same result noting change......!!
although the Locale for my Windows is Jordan and the Format and display Language is Arabic Jordan

I hope you help me.
 
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