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Thread: Positioning text in a frame
- 06-21-2012, 12:43 AM #1Member
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Positioning text in a frame
I am having difficulties with positioning text in a frame. I've digged Google, but I'm not sure if I search the right stuff.
I'm trying to make a very basic Notepad copy, but working out that Font extra window is harder than I thought. Into that window I would only add the "Font style" and "Size" options. I think I could handle JList, but that plain text is giving me a headache. I tried to change the location of the JPanel output, but it seems to print the text in the middle of the window by default.
Forgive me if it was a totally unacceptable approach... I'm still kinda learning the basics :)
Any help is appreciated!
Re: Positioning text in a frame
It sounds as if you would benefit by reviewing the Swing layout managers tutorial and play with different nested layouts.
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