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hans teeuwen

Joined: Dec 20, 2009
Posts: 2
I want to draw a line on a picture. The picture is being drawn on a jpanel.

Code voor JPanel with image

Code for drawing a line on the image

I have tried the following;

Could someone please tell me what i'm doing wrong.
Hiram Nascimento

Joined: Jul 09, 2009
Posts: 13
Hi Hans,

I see you are creating a "JLabel" and then adding the Meter object into it.

Why don't you just "paint" the SpeedMeter with the image you need in the background and just add "SpeedMeter" in the JPanel?

- Set up the background image in the SpeedMeter paintComponent() (once it's a JLabel).
- Don't forget to use the repaint() method if you need to update the "Meters"
- Once you have done that, just instantiate a SpeedMeter and add it to the panel object.

Does it make sense?

Have you checked out Aspose?
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