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Lubomir Kolacik
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I need JRadioButton in multiple lines ,but I do not know how...
HTML does not help here...

Seems like only way is to create JLabel or JtextField for each JRadioButton..
 
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Lubomir, you didn't return to your earlier thread, not even to SayThanks <-- link to Michael for offering advice. There's still time to correct that lapse.
 
Lubomir Kolacik
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Darryl Burke wrote:Lubomir, you didn't return to your earlier thread, not even to SayThanks <-- link to Michael for offering advice. There's still time to correct that lapse.


Well advice was nice,but did not help at all. I managed to do it by this:



but window can be still minimalized thourgh task manager or left click on window frame...

Anyway I have now another problem with Java GUI. It seems like Java has very poor basic GUI instruments.
 
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> I need JRadioButton in multiple lines...
> HTML does not help here...

works fine for me.

> It seems like Java has very poor basic GUI instruments.

"a poor tradesman will always blame his tools"
 
Lubomir Kolacik
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Michael Dunn wrote:> I need JRadioButton in multiple lines...
> HTML does not help here...

works fine for me.

> It seems like Java has very poor basic GUI instruments.

"a poor tradesman will always blame his tools"


Can you tell me what tags you using? Because I am using basic ... its working good for JLabels ,but not for JRadioButton
 
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To get better help sooner, post a SSCCE (Short, Self Contained, Correct (Compilable), Example) that demonstrates the problem.
 
Michael Dunn
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> Can you tell me what tags you using?

 
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