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Unable to move JSplitPane.

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I have a frame with Horizontal Split. My right panel has nested panels using different layout managers. I am able to move the splitter towards the left, but can't move it towards right. In other words, I cannot make my right panel smaller using splitter.

I have used the followng:

      setOneTouchExpandable(true);
      setContinuousLayout(true);
      setDividerLocation(150);

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

Theta

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JSplitPane looks at the minimum sizes of components to decide how far it can expand.
You may have to explicitly set the minimum size of the right panel with
panel.setMinimumSize(Dimension);
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