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Adding text fields on JFile chooser

Posted on 2004-11-01
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17

I was wondering there is any way that I can add text fields on JFile chooser.
If this isn't possible, can I add JFile chooser and text fields (two seperate internal frames)on JDesktopPane  neatly?

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Unfortunately, none of them are what I really looking for. Can I just add JFile chooser and text fields (two seperate internal frames)on JDesktopPane  neatly?
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>>Can I just add JFile chooser and text fields (two seperate internal frames)on JDesktopPane  neatly?
Since JFileChooser is just a JComponent I think you can. Even in one internal frame.
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