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how to resize a JLable  in an applet?

Posted on 2001-06-13
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hi everybody,
   I try to change the size of JLable in an applet by mouse dragging when it runs at IE5.0. who knows how to do it?
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create a new class (say MyLabelListenerwhich implements the componentListener interface, there you can handle your resize with the method componentResized......do a addComponentListener for your JLabel object.
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