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streetfi8er



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 2:30 am    Post subject: JFrame resizing problem Reply with quote

hi, i have developed a gui using netbeans gui designer, having textarea, buttons,etc. and it's working fine ,but the problem comes when i maximise the frame, ie. the elements are not resized accordingly.
the layout i am using is free design .
please could someone help me on this. Thanks .
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John Lussmyer
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 3:52 pm    Post subject: JFrame resizing problem Reply with quote

If you must use the Free Design layout, make sure that the controls are set to resize horizontally and/or vertically.
Otherwise, I usually suggest using the Grid Bag Layout, as it actually works well.

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Subject: [nbusers] JFrame resizing problem

hi, i have developed a gui using netbeans gui designer, having
textarea, buttons,etc. and it's working fine ,but the problem comes
when i maximise the frame, ie. the elements are not resized
accordingly.
the layout i am using is free design .
please could someone help me on this. Thanks .


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