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setting image as a background

 
Jennifer Sohl
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Is it possible to set the background of a JPanel with an ImageIcon?
I have a JPanel that I want to put a JPEG on, as well as two JButtons. But I can't seem to find a way to put the buttons on top of the image.
I thought this may be a possibility? If not, could someone please give me some other ideas?
Thanks!
 
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I'm sure you'll get a better answer through here, but what I would do is:
1. Set your image onto a JPanel (jpanel1)
2. Set layout of jpanel1 to BorderLayout.
3. Add another JPanel (jpanel2) to the center of jpanel1.
4. jpanel2.setOpaque(false);
5. Add buttons or whatever to jpanel2.
If you add other panels to jpanel2, make sure to setOpaque to false on them as well.
 
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