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Autoscroll with JDK 1.1.8?

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Is there any way to implement Autoscroll in JTables using JDK 1.1.8?

Please point me to any source code examples of tutorials

Many thanks in advance
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the same way you'd implemennt autoscroll in 1.2??
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http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/components/tree.html

thats the java tutorial, basic features.  Then take a gander at the java docs.  If you downloaded the SDK/JDK there is a directory with many examples of basic gui features.  Take a look in the demo directory for the working demo with source code.

Then use the function .setAutoResizeMode(int mode) from the table class.  Check the Javadoc for the values to pass in
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A little more information, to clarify my question:

I work on a Macintosh, in OS9 which limits me to JDK 1.1.8, and Apple's Drag and Drop API, which is separate from the sun's implementation of Drag and Drop.

Any help with the question gratefully appreciated
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Not familiar with Apples DND API, but if it doesn't provide autoscroll support then you'll need to implement it yourself.
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