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Line Spacing in jTextPane

 
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Where do I place this code:




I've tried playing with it all night and can't figure it out. Here is my swing code:


 
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Can you please condense that into an SSCCE (click the acronym). For one, it's too long now. We also can't test it because it includes some imports that aren't from the JSE API.
 
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My apologies.. I forgot that netbeans obfuscates much of the rendered code when you use the gui builder.

Thanks for the link. I actually was able to figure this out and will mark as complete.

 
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Would you like to share your solution? (But only the relevant parts of course )
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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