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Way to force JTabbedPane to not

Matt Senecal
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Joined: Dec 01, 2000
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I have a JTabbed pane that the user can dyanmically add tabs to. The problem I'm having is that the tabs are being added in multiple rows (multiple runs), instead of straight across. This is most likely because none of the tabs contain enough components to warrant stretching the gui out like I want to.
In any case, is there a way to force it to add the tabs in one run?


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