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not wrapping lines in JTextPane

Posted on 2002-04-21
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Hi.

I am using a JTextPane in order to write each line in a different color, but i got a problem that the lines are cut and the JTextPane is not using the horizintal scrollBar, i want the lines to be printed at the size i put them, i dont want to wrap them automatically, how do i change this option? i know that in JTextArea it's "setLineWrap" but i cant find it in JTextPane

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10x, it sure was a short reply :)
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