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sizing a panel in an applet.

achana chan
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Hi.
In an applet, I have gridlayout and panels in the grid , for argument's sake GridLayout(2,2) ie 2 rows and 2 columns
(1) Is it possible to size a panel in a grid ???;
(2) Is it possible to have a panel spanning 2 columns of the gridlayout ???
(3) What if I want to have 2 panels adjacent to each other in the first row but only one panel on the second which spans both columns ???
(4) Furthermore, in the HTML <APPLET...> tag, we specify the width and the height, how does java go about apportioning that area for the gridlayout ??? Even distribution ???

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[ December 04, 2002: Message edited by: achana chan ]

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