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Default Need help with swing

Hi everyone!

I'm trying to create a graphical editor application and this is the first time that I use JDesktopPane. It works really well, but I have a following problem...
I want to add a JToolBar in JDesktopPane, like in Photoshop, PowerDesigner and other graphical editors, but I can't figure out the right way to make this work.
Any help please?
 
Old March 5th, 2009, 02:31 AM
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You can use something like

getContentPane().add(toolBarObject, BorderLayout.NORTH);

Hope it helps.
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