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Luigi Plinge
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I'm just trying to centre a button horizontally on a form, at a fixed vertical distance from the text area, so that it stays centred when the window is resized. How do I do this?

I did find a way, but not sure if it's standard, so let me know how you'd do it!

 
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OK, the way I managed it was by inserting another JPanel, which stretched across the background panel, and changing its layout to FlowLayout so that the button was centred. Standard?

But is there no way to centre a component (rather than anchoring it to the left or right) in the default GroupLayout?
 
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