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A conundrum with seting Graphics font size

 
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Setting the font size is not working. This is the code:

However, in the same application the following works:

I have tried variations, Graphics2D, whatever. I don't know what I am doing wrong.
 
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Post your SSCCE demonstrating the problem.
 
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Rob:

These are my three classes:


 
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That is NOT a SSCCE. Your question is about font size. You need to create a simple program that does some simple custom painting on a panel. It will probably be about 20-30 lines of code. Once you get that simple program working you can compare that code with your real program to see what the difference is. Once you know what the difference is you should be able to solve your problem.
 
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Thank you for your patience Rob. I created a simple JPanel:

I put the panel in a form and it works fine. I am not claiming that the method dawString of Graphics doesn't work. My problem is that in the classes that I presented earlier it doesn't behave as expected and I don't know what I am doing wrong.
 
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So then you start modifying the simple example so that it looks more like your real program. Then when it stops working you have isolated the problem. Then maybe we can help you.
 
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Thank you Rob for your good advise. I removed code from my original classes and copied the code from the new class and now everything works. No w the problem is that I am not getting key pressed events in my new class, but it is so simple that I will post a new question with it.
 
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