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I want a swing control to manage my open JinternalFram in Java MDI Application i search the internet and i found Jtaskbar but it has many bugs, i want a sloid component
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by:brich744
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You can try out a palette window which is used for Java MDI Apps.  This can easily be used to toggle between windows.  Or you can try out the tabbed panel which you can neatly place the windows together across a series of tabs. Here is a link:

http://java.sun.com/products/jlf/ed1/dg/higk.htm
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by:lion99
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i want something like this snapshot
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Your snapshot did not post
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by:lion99
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i want something like this snapshot
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Finally the attach work taskbar example taskbar example
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by:brich744
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Which part are you having trouble with? Or is it all of the taskbars?
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by:brich744
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You probably will have to create a JPanel within another JPanel.  You will have to create a BoxLayout for each panel then,  position the buttons and textfield the way that you want them.
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Dejan Pažin earned 2000 total points
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If you want professional application, go for professional components. Take a look at JIDE:


http://www.jidesoft.com/

Launch the online demo and find the Jide Docking Framework in the tree menu.
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