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f. nikita thomas
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hate to bother you again, but this is someone else's code and i haven't done this in awhile. the JCheckbox's in the first group are missing. thanks in advance.



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Campbell Ritchie
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Difficult to help without knowing what you are looking for. This thread would sit better on the Swing forum: moving,
f. nikita thomas
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the problem is in panel1 the JCheckBox's are not visible. i "think" its a Layout issue...
pete stein
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I hope that this is just sample code, that this is not your program, because if it is, you need to get rid of all the static declarations. The only thing that should be static here is the main method.

Anyway, your problem: you can't add the same component to more than one container. If you do this, it will only show in the last container it was added to.
f. nikita thomas
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THANK YOU!

yes this is 'not' my code, this is someone i am helping. i really need to take him to the woodshed on his coding style and logic. thanks again. take care.
Campbell Ritchie
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pete stein wrote: . . .
Anyway, your problem . . .
Thank you for sorting that out
 
 
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