rahul taiwala wrote:use paint method instead of paintComponent and its working fine.....
Ben Jass wrote: I understand, but it's over. No need to extend it.
Ben Jass wrote: Again, I posted all the code above that someone would need to solve the problem, I don't see why I would need to go much further, call me lazy, but there's not point..doesn't matter now though, I solved it. I'm not trying to be rude, and I apologize if you have taken me the wrong way.
Atakpa Daniel wrote:at the situation where i can avoid the use of Jbotton or check box but instead use JText field. Now the Jtex field will be sensitive to mouse point. Once it is clicked something should happen.
Paul Clapham wrote:Chocolate beer? I didn't believe it existed, but here's a link to what I found at my local supplier: Young's Double Chocolate Stout.
Henry Wong wrote:[2. Turbo Pascal. Although Pascal is not my favorite language, this is definitely my first "IDE" -- that proved that a good developer product can greatly enhanced productivity.
Dss Ss wrote:
Which variable do you mean...?
Also, I'm not intentionally using vectors, where does that come?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Why are you using Vector, rather than one of the more modern implementations of List? Is it that it is required by one of the Components? I know there are things like Combo-boxes which still require Vector.
You are trying to gain access to the second (=index 1) member of a 1-member array or list.
Or: to put it another way: You have one element in the Vector and you are trying to access its second element.
Remember the first member of a List or array is no 0.
Lucas Smith wrote:Hi,
I am actually creating GUI in NetBeans visual editor. When I look at it in the design view - everything is OK. But when I compile that, some labels and other elements are not on their positions. Is there a recipe for this?
Mansoor Akhtar wrote:Thanks a lot Darryl. I am no more blaming the JVM for my "own lack of understanding" ... ;)
Pete, thanks for the reply.
The problem is solved by using the SwingWorker.