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How to tell JSplitPane to ignore preferred sizes?

 
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I have a JSplitPane that, on one particular screen, will let you move it one direction but then not back again, even to where it started out. I've removed all the references to preferred sizes that I could, and still it won't let me size it again. Is there a way to "force" the contents of a split pane to be resized, disregarding their minimum or preferred sizes (without using an ugly scroll pane)?

Thanks, Tom
 
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post a small demo program -
just a frame, a splitpane, 2 panels, and whatever sizing you have,
just enough to display the behaviour.
 
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Hi Tom

Set the preferred size of the component which is added into the JSplitPane instead. It must work.
 
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