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How to programatically select a JTable row at a point (from mouseEvent)

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I need to get the point from a right click event on a JTable and then select the row at that y-location programmatically before popping up a JPopupMenu.

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Question by:riaancornelius
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by:riaancornelius
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Now I feel very stupid :$

Dunno how I missed it.
Thanks CEHJ
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Easily done ;-)
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