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    ne2000 is offline Member
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    Unhappy Swing Components Placing

    Hi,

    I want to place swing components any location on JFrame like Visual Studio or Delphi etc. IDE. But the components is relative according to anothers. Do I place the components any location on JFrame as drag and drop or how do I this opoeration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ne2000 View Post
    Hi,

    I want to place swing components any location on JFrame like Visual Studio or Delphi etc. IDE. But the components is relative according to anothers. Do I place the components any location on JFrame as drag and drop or how do I this opoeration?
    I had the same problem with netbeans. And, like you, wanted to place it anyware as I came from a delphi and VS background. Found the best way to do this was by using absolute positioning. In netbeans you can change the design layout to absolute by right clicking and choosing layout. I think that answers your question. I am new to java so hope it's correct

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    Default Hi

    I'm sorry but ther isn't absolut position on custom layout.

    Thanks!

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