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    hello my dears

    how right to left jframe and components in netbeans IDE (in desigen Mode) ?

    Thank

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    please helpe me

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    Default Re: right to left jframe and components

    Are you asking a Java (e.g. JFrame) question or a NetBeans question?

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    Are you asking a Java (e.g. JFrame) question or a NetBeans question?
    Yes My Dear

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    Pro tip: if you are offered a choice between one and another option, let the person know which one of the options you choose. A "yes" does not work (in most cases). Make note of the use of the word "or" which indicates a mutually exclusive choice.

    Here's a few examples where one choice would be great:

    Gas pump attendant: Does your car need gas or diesel?
    You: Yes.

    Surgeon: Which leg will be amputated today? Left or right?
    You: Yes.


    The only times where a simple "Yes" will suffice is when asked about beer:

    Waiter: would you like Grolsch or Grimbergen Triple?
    Me: Yes.
    "It's not fixed until you stop calling the problem weird and you understand what was wrong." - gimbal2 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfMan View Post
    Pro tip: if you are offered a choice between one and another option, let the person know which one of the options you choose. A "yes" does not work (in most cases). Make note of the use of the word "or" which indicates a mutually exclusive choice.

    Here's a few examples where one choice would be great:

    Gas pump attendant: Does your car need gas or diesel?
    You: Yes.

    Surgeon: Which leg will be amputated today? Left or right?
    You: Yes.


    The only times where a simple "Yes" will suffice is when asked about beer:

    Waiter: would you like Grolsch or Grimbergen Triple?
    Me: Yes.
    Your text is illegible to me

    Please advise, for example,

    Thank You

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    Default Re: right to left jframe and components

    Perhaps asking two things in one question is a problem.

    Is this a problem with using a Netbeans tool?
    If you don't understand my response, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Default Re: right to left jframe and components

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Perhaps asking two things in one question is a problem.
    A software engineer was sent to the grocerystore by his wife.
    She said: "Bring a loaf of bread, and if they have eggs, bring six".
    Half an hour later he comes home with six loafs of bread.
    "Why did you buy six loafs of bread?" she asked him.
    "They had eggs".
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