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Select a JFrame

 
Paras Ahuja
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Hi everyone,

it possible to select a jframe and, therefore, all the components within it by dragging the mouse over the frame (you know the way we select things normally on our pc). If yes, how?
Also if not jframe any other container or component like jpanel,jlabel etc..
Can we select them by draging the mouse over them?
Thanks in advance....
 
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select them to do what?
 
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You know for basic purposes, like paste the jframe on msword, mail it to someone etc....
I know I can always use PrtSc but i am just looking for other options....
 
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Rob Camick's ScreenImage class might suit

http://tips4java.wordpress.com/2008/10/13/screen-image/
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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