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Why Component is not visible

Posted on 2004-04-30
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why does the compoent doesnt seems to visible
package test2;

import java.awt.Color;
import java.awt.Container;

import javax.swing.JComponent;
import javax.swing.JFrame;
import javax.swing.JPanel;

/**
 * @author maheshexp
 */

class Comp extends JComponent{
      public Comp(){
            this.setSize(30,30);
            this.setBackground(Color.GREEN);
      }
}

class Window3 extends JFrame{
      public Window3(){
            super("Window");
            Comp c = new Comp();
            this.setSize(400, 400);
            this.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
            
            JPanel p = new JPanel();
            p.setLayout(null);
            p.add(c);
            
            Container pane= this.getContentPane();
            pane.add(p);
            this.validate();
            this.show();
      }
}

public class Test5 {

      public static void main(String[] args) {
            new Window3();
      }
}
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by:91mustang
ID: 10959515
use :
this.setBounds(10,10,50,50);
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by:91mustang
ID: 10959545
rather
c.setBounds(10,10,50,50);

with your start point and sizes
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by:maheshexp
ID: 10960843
still i can't see the component with out any border or color...
why that color is not visible???
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by:objects
ID: 10964691
because its not opaque
call setOpaque(true);
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by:maheshexp
ID: 10965249
included these two lines....in the Comp Constructor
>this.setBounds(10,10,50,50);
>setOpaque(true);

 but sillt not working i.e i can't see anything...did any one run that code????
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by:objects
ID: 10965306
try using a panel subclass instead of a JComponent

class Comp extends JPanel{
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by:maheshexp
ID: 10965664
in JPanel it is working, no need of all those fittings....but why not in JComponent???
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objects earned 30 total points
ID: 10965692
cause it's a base class that doesn't do any painting.
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by:maheshexp
ID: 10966356
thanks for your answers objects &  91mustang
i tried drawing a line between two JPanels, how to do that.....two jpanles are in size 30x30, i need a connecting line between them...when they moves the line should extend / shrink...
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by:Mayank S
ID: 10971308
>> in JPanel it is working, no need of all those fittings....but why not in JComponent???

Try adding a new JLabel ( "" ) at the end. p.add ( new JLabel ( "" ) ) ;
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