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Adjust 'Horizontal Fixed Gap'

 
David Henstridge
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The name of the JPanel is:
m_jButtons [JPanel]

The JPanel includes three buttons:
jButton1
btnCustomer
btnSplit

I messed around with the width of the JPanel and now would like to return it to its previous state.
When hovering the mouse on the left side of the JPanel between its edge and the first button it states:

Horizontal Fixed Gap: 5

There is no  Horizontal Fixed Gap on the right side of the JPanel, between its edge and the last button.
I would like to return it to a Horizontal Fixed Gap of 5.

Can someone please tell me how to do this?

TIA
 
Darryl Burke
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David Henstridge wrote:Can someone please tell me how to do this?

Maybe someone would, but you would first have to tell us which visual designer you are using, and by what steps you arrived at your present GUI.

Better still, learn how to use layout managers and ditch the visual designer.
 
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Darryl Burke wrote:
David Henstridge wrote:Can someone please tell me how to do this?

Maybe someone would, but you would first have to tell us which visual designer you are using, and by what steps you arrived at your present GUI.

Better still, learn how to use layout managers and ditch the visual designer.


Thanks Darryl. I solved the problem a couple of days ago.
Fortunately I had a copy of a previous version (that had the original label still intact).
I just deleted the mangled one and copy pasted the original in its place.

I don't know which visual designer is being used.
I arrived at my present GUI by opening up a finished Java app (created by others) inside Netbeans.
 
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