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Any Java JFrame panel advice?

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To help the development of my game, I've made my own graphics suite for its engine and rendering system. Since others may use it, I'd like to know how to do in JFrames, a choice pane like in Photoshop, where you can choose tools pen, fill, circle, rectangle in one tall mini-frame
and, of course, a colors selection pane.

What are the best swing components for these?

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