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Shekhar Nathile
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Hello ,
I am using JTextArea in that i need to show HORIZONTAL SCROLLBAR & VERTICAL SCROLLBAR so i used VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR_ALWAYS & HORIZONTAL_SCROLLBAR_ALWAYS as argument while defining JSrollPane but i need to show that vertical & horizontal scroll bar as in disabled state but it remain in enable state .

Thanks ..........
 
Sherry Jacob
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Originally posted by Shekhar Nathile:
i used VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR_ALWAYS & HORIZONTAL_SCROLLBAR_ALWAYS...but i need to show that vertical & horizontal scroll bar as in disabled state but it remain in enable state


Hi Shekhar,
Why go for that kind of stuff when you have a facility of using VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR_AS_NEEDED and HORIZONTAL SCROLLBAR_AS_NEEDED. That way you can make your application have scrollbars visible only when the size of the text in the JTextArea exceeds it's boundaries.

I feel thats a better way to implement Scrollbars in JTextArea.

Hope it helps.
 
Shekhar Nathile
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Thanks Sherry ,
But i need VERTICAL SCROLLBAR & HORIZONTAL SCROLLBAR in disable state although TextArea is Empty ...
 
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