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    hey guys just asking if what layout you will use for these..
    i want my first label to be on the leftside of the pane, the button on the middle, and another label on the right side.

    thanks..:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by temyong View Post
    hey guys just asking if what layout you will use for these..
    i want my first label to be on the leftside of the pane, the button on the middle, and another label on the right side.

    thanks..:D
    Try a BorderLayout with your components in the west, center and east parts respectively. You can set the gaps if you want.

    kind regards,

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    For just 3 components in one row, almost any of the standard layout managers can be used. I think my choice would be BoxLayout.

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