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JTabbedPane to scroll nex and previous

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In my application i have many tabbedpane and i want to show the same with scrolling option ( next and previous ) to see all options.

JDK1.4 has api to achieve this, but i hv to get same effect with jdk1.3, can any body suggest solution to it.

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Question by:vibhav
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Hmm...well, I suppose you could put a JScrollBar below (or to the side of) your JTabbedPane.  Have the scrollbar have the same number of "ticks" as you have tabs.  Then, when they move the scrollbar you could switch to the appropriate tab.  Not sure if that's what you want or even what you're asking.  Do you mean using the scroll wheel on the mouse?
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