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Hi...

I am working on this java project and Mr.Objects helped me solve one part of the problem refreshing the image in a canvas. Now, I have a problem with the subparcel label in the applet.When I click on "subparcel" and make a closed figure,the lines are lost..
when another window pops up on the Subparcel

Can Someone please help??


My ICQ is:163011637

The URL is:
http://www.cse.sc.edu/~group8/beta7/

and the Java file is in
http://www.cse.sc.edu/~group8/beta7/SurveyApp.java

I have just 20 points now.... will get 1000points tomorrow

I am ready to spend all of the 1000points for a solution


Thanks
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Remove *all* calls to getGraphics(), and move the related painting into the paint emthod of the relevent component.
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Object...is there a way to chat with u???
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Object...is there a way to chat with u???
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Currently busy sorry.
Let me know how you go removing the getGraphics() calls.
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Object...is there a way to chat with u???
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I still didnt get a solution..please someone respond
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Have you got rid of all calls to getGraphics()?
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no Objects..not yet...please gimme..a way to chat with u...
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