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How to (re)paint an AWT applet faster

Tien Shan
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Joined: Oct 08, 2004
Posts: 38
Is there a way to repaint this AWT applet of mine little bit faster? If I have 10 columns and 20 rows of textFields, when I repaint the applet, I can literally "see" the repainting being done, like an unseen hand sweeping clean the fields and then another hand putting the new fields in places. I will need to do better.

Does anyone have an advice?
Thank you.

and the html
Michael Dunn
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Joined: Jun 09, 2003
Posts: 4632
if the 10 x 20 textfields are 'set' ie they will not change to 8 x 20 or 10 x 22 etc
there is no need to remove/add them back.

try commenting out these lines

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