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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    By setting the layout manager to null you can use setBounds() in any container.
    Sure, Norm :rolleyes:

    But then the dragging wouldn't be interesting ;)
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    But then the dragging wouldn't be interesting
    Not sure what that means?

    As a project I wrote a GUI builder that allowed the user to add components to a container and use the mouse and keyboard to position and size them. It did the layout.
    It was a Q&D why to get an input panel with some buttons and textfields so that a console program could communicate with a user.

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