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JSplitPane dividend bar

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We have in JAVA “JSplitPane” that has a line that divide the areas of the layout; this line is a moveable line to resize the frame’s parts.

So, how to fix this line and make it size can be changed?

Is there method for it like the one for the frame?

frame.setResizable(false) ;


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JSplitPane splitPane = new JSplitPane()
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I saw this site before but I could not find the method for setting the divider unresizable.
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I thought this is what you want?

>>So, how to fix this line and make it size can be changed?
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No!

>>>So, how to fix this line and make the size of the two parts can
>>>NOT
>>>be changed?


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Try

sp.setEnabled(false)
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