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Applet: right align y coordinate labels

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I have a graphic image http://www.clearsail.net/~robjay/Graph10Applet.htm
I would like to right align the y coordinate labels - I am
somewhat familiar with the Label.RIGHT method but I'm unsure
how to implement.
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i don't know what is your current code -
- do you use some LayoutManager,
- do you use Label components
  or
- you paint everything yourself ...

in case you use Label components, here is the appropriate code

labelXY = new Label("X,Y :",Label.RIGHT);
labelXY.setBounds(440,400,60,24); // will align the label at position 500
add(labelXY);

if you paint the text in your paint method, you'll have to make all computations yourself.

if you still have problems, please post the appropriate code.

hope this helps
  heyhey
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Actually I paint everything - could you briefly explain the "computations" a bit.  I assume I can still utilize the labelXY = new Label("X,Y :",Label.RIGHT); code?
Thanks!
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by:robjay
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Actually I paint everything - could you briefly explain the "computations" a bit.  I assume I can still utilize the labelXY = new Label("X,Y :",Label.RIGHT); code?
Thanks!
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