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jbutton in one line with jlabel

Lucas Smith
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Hi,

I want to create the GUI which is similar to that from picture. Everything is OK, but I am not able to add that gaps (indicates by red colour).

NORTH, CENTER and EAST parts are OK.

I have the code for theSOUTH panel:



Everything is OK, but the gaps are absent. Any ideas on how to introduce them?


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Darryl Burke
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Either use a more appropriate layout or an EmptyBorder.


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Rob Camick
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Read the GridLayout API for information on how to specify vertical/horizontal gaps.

Edit:

I was also going to suggest using a more appropriate layout, but Darryl beat me to it
Lucas Smith
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Thank You both.

EmptyBorder is quite useful
 
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