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I've got an empty JPanel to which I want to add an (unknown) number of JLabels. Each JLabel has a text which is just one word. When my program is adding JLabels to the JPanel, I want it to have the same behaviour as a normal text editor: when a line is full, the next line gets filled (line wrapping).
If I just keep adding JLabels to a JPanel of a fixed size with .add(), there's no line wrapping. I tried it by giving the JPanel a fixed size, flowLayout and nesting it within a JScrollPane, but it keeps filling one long line, instead of jumping to the next one.
Any obvious solutions?? Thanks Mark [ October 18, 2004: Message edited by: Mark Vermeersch ]