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hi, I think you can add a "mouseover" on a jlabel. To do so you will have to implement "MouseListener" class.Then to the respective label add the listener (.addMouseListener) and implement the required methods ("mouseOver" in your case).
Ummm... actually the interface you want to look at is MouseMotionListener... and the method you'll want to use is mouseMoved(). You could also try setting a boolean in mouseEntered() and unsetting it in mouseExited() of the MouseListener interface.
You could also use a JButton instead of a JLabel and use the built in methods - setRolloverEnabled(), setRolloverIcon(), etc.
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