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Hello,

I'm trying to modify a applet. I need help in doing so. I have the applet code here  

http://www.cse.yorku.ca/~aaw/Sotirios/

AAWBinomialHeap.java and AAWGraphApplet.java are the main files with init and main function.

I'm trying to code a layout so that the things are much clear. and I have inserted a slider which become invisible after any action. Once I click the slider it appears again.

I have included a image which explains this




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Your question is perhaps too broad to attract a concise answer.

I suggest you have a brief read of the Java GUI tutorial for Laying out Components [1] and get back to us with a more precise question.

For example, there are many (infinite?) ways to layout Java components and many, many LayoutManagers to choose from. Perhaps when you've a clearer idea of the layout you would like, we could recommend a LayoutManager and give some code snippets.

Hope this helps.

[1] http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/layout/index.html
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