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Eliminating Border in JPanel

Posted on 2004-08-17
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Hi

I have application which adds many JPanel over each other ..is their any way we can avoide the layered look..meaning at the bottom of the frame..it shows many layers (borders) of each panel.

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Dinesh
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what border exactly are you referring to?
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Say..if iadd a JScrollPane...it shows a border like thick bevel border....i would like to eliminate it.
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component.setBorder(null);
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