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JInternal frame little (or not) problem

Vinicius Souza
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Joined: May 18, 2011
Posts: 58

Im creating a simple application where when I cklick on a button its load a JInternalFrame and show it up on the CENTER of my getContentPane() using BorderLayout. But the problem is that its only appear when I resize the main form.... Im using setVisible(true) on the constructor but its not working. See:

What's wrong ?
Thanks in advance!


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Darryl Burke
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1. A JInternalFrame is designed to be contained in a JDesktopPane.
2. Whenever adding/removing components to/from an already realized container, it is always necessary to revalidate() the container, and usually also to repaint() it.

That revalidation and repainting is triggered when you resize the window.


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Vinicius Souza
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Joined: May 18, 2011
Posts: 58

Thank you a lot! Worked like a charm I will read more about this issue.
 
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