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JTabbedPane problem

Posted on 2004-04-26
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I have a JFrame with a menubar and a JTabbedPane.  The user specifies how many tabs there will be and what they will be named, and then the tabs are created, each tab containing a JTextField and a JTable.  However, the tabs look distorted.  Any idea what is happening?  Why the text and graphics look distorted?  I'm using addTab to create the tabs.  Also, lets say the user creates n tabs, how can I access JTable n?  Thanks.
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by:objects
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define distorted
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> Also, lets say the user creates n tabs, how can I access JTable n?

use a wrapper panel for you tabs

public class TabPanel extends JPanel
{
   public JTable getTable()
   ...

And add instances of TabPanel to your tabbed pane, and use getComponentAt() method to access them
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by:abstractionz
ID: 10923477
members.aol.com/abstractionz/images/tabs.jpg

that's a screenshot of what is happening.  
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by:objects
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that doesn't look to healthy does it.
can u post your code.
or better a still a working example that I can run here
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by:abstractionz
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It's code taken straight from the book 'Java Swing' by O'Reilly:

public class SimpleTab extends JFrame {
      JTabbedPane jtp;
      
      public SimpleTab(){
            super("JTabbedPane");
            setSize(200,200);
            Container contents = getContentPane();
            jtp = new JTabbedPane();
            jtp.addTab("Tab1", new JLabel("This is Tab One"));
            jtp.addTab("Tab2", new JButton("This is Tab Two"));
            jtp.addTab("Tab3", new JCheckBox("This is Tab Three"));
            contents.add(jtp);
            setDefaultCloseOperation(EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
            setVisible(true);
      }
      public static void main(String[] args) {
            new SimpleTab();
      }
}
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by:objects
ID: 10923540
works fine here
win2k, 1.4
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by:abstractionz
ID: 10923545
strange.  i am running winxp pro sp1, 1.4
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by:abstractionz
ID: 10925987
anybody else have this problem?
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