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    Hi!
    I added a JSlider to a jpanel that already got an image as background.
    Now the JSlider fills in it's area in the screen with ugly beige color. I want it to be transparent so that only the slider is visible with it's sticks and parts.

    Using button I could assign setContentAreaFilled(false);
    Now I cant, so any idea how to fix that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addez View Post
    Hi!
    I added a JSlider to a jpanel that already got an image as background.
    Now the JSlider fills in it's area in the screen with ugly beige color. I want it to be transparent so that only the slider is visible with it's sticks and parts.

    Using button I could assign setContentAreaFilled(false);
    Now I cant, so any idea how to fix that?
    A JSlider inherits the setOpague(boolean b) method; you can also specify if the ticks should be painted or other parts of the slider.

    kind regards,

    Jos
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    Ahhh!!
    I used it and set opaque to true, totaly useless :P

    Thanks :D

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