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Java - BorderLayout Issues

Posted on 2010-09-18
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There is this darn white box on the right of my program that won't go away. I had it there originally but now I want it gone and it's not going away!

The main part I look at is the init().

Here is what I mean:

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See that whitespace to the right? ugh!! <_<

Here is my code: http://www.dasdfsdg.pastebin.com/es2WMbgV 
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Question by:UrbanTwitch
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your game panel only paints the game grid.
In your case the actual panel is larger than just the game grid
you can paint the background using something like this:

g.setColor(Color.black());
g.fillRect(getWidth(), getHeight());
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AH YES! Good catch good good catch. :D
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