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    Default Changing application to applet

    Kind of off topic... I am currently drawing on a JPanel with a JComponent holding an image. The parent component is a JFrame.

    How easy is it to switch the JPanel to JLayeredPane, and the JFrame to JApplet? Just curious, because I am going to eventually have to do it. (I am using the Netbeans GUI builder, so is there something with that that will change it automatically for me?)

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    Default Re: Changing application to applet

    Kind of off topic...
    Totally off topic and unrelated to the question asked in that thread, which was about animation. When you have a question please start a new thread.

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    Default Re: Changing application to applet

    I am using the Netbeans GUI builder
    You're not going to like this, but I recommend you hand code your GUIs until you attain a level of experience and knowledge that you can read and understand the code that is generated by the visual designer.

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