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Putting JMenu into a Frame

 
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Hi Java Experts,

I have a java.awt.Frame which I obtained from the SWT_AWT class in Eclipse. The problem is that I need to put my swing components into the available awt frame. One main problem is my JMenu which cannot possibly be displayed in the frame but I want it inside. Is there a solution to my problem? Thanks!

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you've probably already done this but try looking at
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/components/frame.html

It's a nice gui tutorial.

You may need to set the layout manager for your FRame

JFrame.setLayout(LayoutManager arg);

Hope this helps
 
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