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Forte for Java - add a jButton to a jPanel that is on a jFrame

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I am new to the Forte for Java IDE.  I created a jFrame by using the default template.  Then, I drag & drop a jPanel on to it. Now, how can I drag & drop a jButton on to this jPanel.  I tried a few times, but, they all ended up on the jFrame, in stead of the jPanel.

Any idea?

thanks.
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click with the mouse on the JButton, then just click over the JPanel (don't drag and drop)
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thanks a lot!!

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