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There are other text components that allow this, but first before exploring this, why do you even want to do this? I created some JLabels that contain formatted text (with position, font color).
For example: JLABEL header = (Team A Team B Score) Bounds(screen_center); Font(black); JLAbel data = (Player X Player Y 1-1) Bounds(screen_center height); // add some space between header and data Font(black); This JLabel is constructed based on a database.
This picture shows the relationship between the scroll pane and its client and indicates the classes that the scroll pane commissions to help: instance to manage the visible area of the client.
The viewport is responsible for positioning and sizing the client, based on the positions of the scroll bars, and displaying it.
Hi all, I was just trying to write a simple prog in which i'm trying to add multiple components to a JPanel and inturn i'm adding that to a JScrollpane.
In fact you should avoid using null layouts if at all possible for all of your Swing coding.
In the Java look and feel, this preferred size happens to be a bit less tall than required for the text area to display the 5 rows that we requested when creating it, so the scroll bar initially displays a vertical scroll bar.
If we didn't restrict the size of the scroll pane's container, the scroll pane would be big enough for the text area to display the full 5 rows and 30 columns specified with the The scroll pane in this application looks very different from the one in the previous demo program.
This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers’ questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. Hi, first , sorry for my poor english i have a JScroll Pane with a Jlist inside .
After pushing a button , i recreate the Jlist and i would like to REFRESH the JScroll Pane with my new Jlist.
I'm thinking that you're almost trying in a round about way to create your own version of JTable.