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Offline selimeki

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« Posted 2007-03-31 16:22:57 »

Hey,
I have a JApplet which calls a JFrame. When a JFrame is created using one of the JButtons in the JApplet, the JPanels in the JApplet get mixed when I scroll the JPanel. When I close the frame, everything works fine again. Besides, the elements in the JList (in the JApplet) dissapear when I add a new element to it using the JFrame. Everything is created and added in the init() method of the JApplet.
Sincerely
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