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Detecting when a JTable's scrolled with arrows

 
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I have three JTables that are place in a row. Vertical scollbars of two rows are hidden and the right-most one is visible. I have listener attached to a right-most scrollbar so when a user moves it, the table scrolls and the two tables to the left of it scroll as well. Here is the listener:

With this set when a user scrolls with scrollbar or with arrows inside the table all tables scroll as well.
What I want to add to this is when a user scrolls table with arrows the rows of adjacent tables are highlighted. how can I do this?

thanks,
Alex
[ May 04, 2005: Message edited by: Alex Kravets ]
 
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