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JXDatePicker Calendar

 
Robert Harvey
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I'm using JXDatePicker for a pop-up calendar in my dialog application. The problem that I am seeing is that when the pop-up displays, buttons underneath the outline of the pop-up "bleeds" through into the JXDatePicker. Anyone have any ideas? I'm using NetBeans which comes with the swingx 1.6.3 library containing the JXDatePicker.

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Maneesh Godbole
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Sorry no idea. Maybe it has a "shadow outline" property or something which you can control?
In the past I have (successfully) used JCalendar and it worked smooth as silk
 
Darryl Burke
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Robert, you abandoned the last thread you started, without even replying to the two responses. Can we expect something better this time round?
 
Robert Harvey
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Thanks, I will try using JCalendar.

@Darryl,
Sorry to have abandoned the last thread - will do better this time around.

Thanks
Bob
 
Manuel Petermann
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JXDatePicker has some nasty bugs when used for the time as well.
The bug is known to the developers but no fix available.
Its not fit for use in a production environment in my opinion.
I am also using JCalendar and no problems so far.
 
Robert Harvey
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Manuel,
Thanks for the reply. I took Maneesh's advice and JCalendar works wonderfully.

Thanks again,
Bob
 
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