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praveen shinde
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Hello
I have a frame which consist of several textfield, combobox, panels etc. When I run the program all the components are not arranged properly. But when I maximize the frame all the components are arranged properly. I tried changing the size of the frame. But it didn't work.
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Praveen
Rob Camick
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You question is too vague to give any specific help so all I can do is suggest you read the section from the Swing tutorial on Using Layout Managers for working examples.
Maneesh Godbole
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Are you adding your components after the call to JFrame#setVisible(true)?


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praveen shinde
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I have added all the components to the frame and then used JFrame#setVisible(true)
Michael Dunn
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almost certainly you are using the wrong layout manager
Bharath Raja
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try to use the pack() method of JFrame class


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