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It sounds like you don't need to use a JFileChooser then... there are too many ways that it will let the user change directories. It would be pretty simple to populate a JList with all the files in your directory and just let the user select one.
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thanx for replying .. i already implement jtree for that function .. just searching for is there an easier way...