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Hmmm, thought this would be REALLY easy, but how do I get a jTextPane to be focused, ie, able for the user to type in immediately.  It is in a jScrollPane if that helps.  I know how to set the caret to the appropriate position, but I can't get the TextPane to actually be focused.
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ta.requestFocusInWindow();
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BAH!  For some reason I was convinced that it would be setXXXX(true);  Can't see the forest through the trees :)
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