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Problem with JSplitPane and JFrame

 
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Hi all I'm stuck...
I have a frame and jsplitpane on it. JSplitPane has 2 components: (left)panel with several labels and buttons, and (right) jscrollpane which has panel with bufferedimage on it (i draw img using g2.drawImage(...)). Everything works perfect till i try to resize frame - left jsplitpane's component is tryin to disappear (blinkin) and image is moving to left edge of frame. I set left panel (and also scrollpane) minimum size but it doesnt work. Problem appears only when i touch frame..
I would appreciate for any suggestions.
 
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To get better help sooner, post a SSCCE that demonstrates your problem.
 
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Here it is...Try to load an image (Plik->Otworz) and then grab frame and try to resize..
Btw windows, eclipse JavaSE-1.6
 
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There are a couple of problems:

a) I never like using a null layout because the preferred size is never calculated. Don't know if this is a problem or not.

b) Don't use the add(...) method to add components to the split pane. Use the setLeft/Right component methods.

c) Don't use the removeAll() method. This removes the divider from the split pane. Instead you might just add an empty JPanel.
 
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The problem was c).
Thank you for advices!
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