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How to Color Elements in the JComboBox

Posted on 2001-07-05
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Dear Friends


How do i color different elements in the JComboBox.
I want that when i select an element in the JComboBox it is highlighted with different color but not with the deafult color. i want different colors for different elemts in the combobox.



Thanxs in advance

Bye
prasad
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prasad,

You need to define your own ListCellRender using the setRenderer method.
Your renderer probably just needs to extend DefaultListCellRenderer adding the enhancements you require.
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Objects

Thanxs Objects for your instant reply.
i will try that and get u know.

bye objects
Prasad
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No worries, let me know if you have any problems :)
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