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    Default jSplitPane Problem with "GTKLookAndFeel"

    Hello. I've noticed that when I use the GTKLookAndFeel my jSplitPane does not appear with the specified OneTouchExpandable icons (the little arrows that let you collapse or expand a split frame with a click of the mouse). If I change to the default "metal" look and feel I do get the OneTouch functionality. Has anyhone else noticed this, is there anything I can do?? Thanks.

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    Default Re: jSplitPane Problem with "GTKLookAndFeel"

    There's no GTKLookAndFeel in Swing. Where did you get it?

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    Default Re: jSplitPane Problem with "GTKLookAndFeel"

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