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Posted on 2004-10-23
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Hi Experts!!
Here is a piece of code i am using to postion the text in my label in center, but it not working. Could u please tell me what is wrong?

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aDie = new JLabel( String.valueOf(top)  );
      aDie.setLayout(null);
       aDie.setAlignmentX(CENTER_ALIGNMENT);
      aDie.setBounds(10, 10, 10, 10);
      aDie.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(90,90));
     aDie.setFont(new Font("Sansserif", Font.BOLD, 80));
   

     aDie.setOpaque(true);
     aDie.setBackground( Color.white );
   
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JLabel aDie = new JLabel(String.valueOf(top), SwingConstants.CENTER);
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Thanks CEHJ, the answer was quick!!
thanks again.
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