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Help needed with emoticons in a chat application

 
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Hi,
I'm writing a Chat Application and I want to add Emoticon, I did so by adding buttons but I don't know how to send the gif to my JTextField and to my JTextArea.
Here is part of my code can someone can help me PLEASE!!!
JPanel chatPane = new JPanel(new BorderLayout());
JPanel emoticon = new JPanel(new GridLayout(2, 5));
b1 = new JButton (sourrire);
b1.setToolTipText("Un Sourire");
// b1.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b1);
b2 = new JButton (gsourrire);
b2.setToolTipText("Un Grand Sourire");
// b2.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b2);
b3 = new JButton (triste);
b3.setToolTipText("Triste");
// b3.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b3);
b4 = new JButton (grimace);
b4.setToolTipText("Grimace");
// b4.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b4);
b5 = new JButton (pleure);
b5.setToolTipText("Pleure");
// b5.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b5);
b6 = new JButton (bec);
b6.setToolTipText("Un bec");
// b6.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b6);
b7 = new JButton (coeur);
b7.setToolTipText("Un coeur pour toi");
// b7.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b7);
b8 = new JButton (fache);
b8.setToolTipText("Fache");
// b8.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b8);
b9 = new JButton (lunettes);
b9.setToolTipText("Je suis Cool");
// b9.addActionListener();
emoticon.add(b9);
b10 = new JButton (clinoeil);
b10.setToolTipText("Clin d'Oeil");
//b10.addActionListener(new ActionAdapter2());
emoticon.add(b10);
Thanks a lot!
Isabelle
[ January 03, 2003: Message edited by: Isabelle Gosselin ]
 
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Bonjour, and welcome to JavaRanch Isabelle !
Your display name doesn't quite fit the famous JavaRanch naming policy. Could you please take a minute to change your display name to show 2 names, preferably your real name. (It's all about maintaining our professional image - don't let the one-eyed moose fool you!).
Hope you'll be visiting the ranch often!
Thanks,
Pauline
 
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JTextField amd JTextArea only support simple text, not images... instead of JTextField and JTextArea, you'll need to use JEditorPane. JEditorPane supports HTML, so you could use <image> tags to display your images.
 
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