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JXcollapsible Pane

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi Experts,
I have a very confusing problem.
I am trying to use a JXcollapisble Pane to display some information to the user.
I want Panel to expand on the click of a button.
I am trying to design this in Netbeans editor. I set the setCollapsed property to false and to true as per my need. But it does not work as I expected it to.
I set it to true to begin with. Yet the body of the pane is visible. Contents of the Pane are invisible.
I click on the button to expand the pane, the contents appear.
I click the button to make the pane collapse, nothing happens even though I see in the code that it is setting setCollapsed to true. The contents are still there too. They appear on the first click and never go away again. wierd!
Am I missing something very simple here?
Thanks for your help guys
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can you post your code
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Thanks Objects. I will post the code in a litle bit
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I was making a simple version of the code to post here. It worked fine. A few days later It didn't work.
found out the lib file was corrupt.

 
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Thanks object for pushing me to post the code
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