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Tables and RTFEditorKit. Help!

 
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Hi all,
We have a team of people up here in Canada * know where that is? * that has managed to crash into a large brick wall while trying to figure out a way in which to make the RTFEditorKit support Tables.
At this point, we are not completely sure how to tackle this problem. Basically, I'd love some suggestions, or, if anyone has already done this in the past, we would be more than happy to pay for such a component.
Thanks for your time.
 
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Have you tried creating a table cell renderer and table cell editor which returns an editor pane or text pane that uses the rtf editor kit? These two text components provide the getEditorKit and the setEditorKit methods. Thus, when set, the editor pane would effectively transform itself into an editor for the rtf text format.
PS. Let us know if this works
Sayuri
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