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KarthikeyanBala Bala
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How to add jscrollpane to jtextpane in an applet. actually, i'm using more jpanels to display diff, panels at diff time & i need to have a jtextpane in that panel which has scrollbar. this is working fine with JFrame, but not with applet, can anyone help to solve this. if i add the scrollpane to that panel, there is no display(but not in the case of JFrame).
Joe Ess
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First, what browser are you using? Internet Explorer's Java version is primitive and does not have Swing.
Second, does your Applet extend java.applet.Applet or javax.swing.JApplet? I know there are issues mixing the "old" gui classes and the "new" Swing classes.
Third, open the Java Console and look for an exception. If you have a later JVM and a Windows system, you can click on the coffee cup in the system tray and get a menu. The option for the Java Console is on that menu.


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