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Jacky Luk
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When my product is run on a 1280x1024 or higher resolution monitor, it runs fine.
I've set the JScrollPane preferredsize lower than the 1024 which, I'll call it 800
So, when I put a JPanel with a height of 900 into it, it scrolls!
However, when it comes across a monitor with a resolution of 1280x960
anything lower than 1024, the JScrollPane stops functioning.
The screen asset reaches the very bottom of the screen, but it doesn't scroll
(You may assume there is a banner with a height of 150 above it and about 50 pixels of Taskbar below it and 10 pixels of title bar in it already)
Any probable causes for why this phenomenon happening?

Update, on a VM, of 1024x968, it actually works. But there is my brother's machine of a height resolution of something X 960 which doesn't
Thanks
Jack
 
Rob Camick
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It is a common courtesy to respond and say "thank you" when you ask a question and people offer some help. You continually post questions and rarely respond to the answers given.

If you had taken the time to read (and respond to) this question: http://www.coderanch.com/t/619711/GUI/java/hidden-portion-JPanel-adding-JScrollPane, then you would already know the answer.

You may assume...


No, we can't assume. If you want help in the future, then post a proper SSCCE with your question so we know exactly what you are doing. You choice of layout managers and other code affect the way components work, so we can't assume anything.

This is the last time I offer help without a SSCCE and thank you's from your questions.
 
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