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Hi,
 I am working on a project which opens a Frame from within an applet.WHenever I draw an image  and another  window covers the image in the canvas, the image disappears and I have to click drawPlat(bal/unbal) again to get it back. I am trying very hard but could not find a Solution. I will really appreciate any helps.

The URL is:
http://www.cse.sc.edu/~group8/beta6/

The java file is:
http://www.cse.sc.edu/~group8/beta6/SurveyApp.java

Please help me and I will greatlt appreciate .

Note: I am supposed to use just basic Java.

Thanks
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Sounds like your not painting the image in the components paint() method. The paint() method is called whenever part of a component is required to be redrawn so all painting should be performed in the is method.

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Painting of your FCanvas object is done from a seperate component. You should instead be handing the painting inside the FCanvas class:

class FCanvas extends Canvas{
     FCanvas(){
          super();
     }
     public void paint(Graphics g){
         // paint calls should in here
     }
}
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