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How to resize this component in java (swing)? (see picture)

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Take a look at the picture. You can see a pice of text "arhivirana dokumenta" in some kind of a Word-like "text-box".
What is the name of java/swing class that is used to construct objects like these?
How can I implement new functionality so that user can use "black dots" around box to resize the box to desired size?
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I don't think there is a swing class out of the box that gives you that functionality.
Maybe that application is built using jGraph (http://www.jgraph.com/)
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Thanx 4 axxepting
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