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Hi,

I am new to Java Swing. I am trying to develop a GUI for my tool, which consist of a JTextPane which is enclosed in a JScrollPane and to meet my requirement I am using a JTabbedPane for holding this textpanes. In the right side of the GUI I have a JInternalFrame. The problem I am facing is, this GUI is depended of screen resolution. I am using Netbeans IDE for GUI development. As default it uses grouplayout for placing the components.


Dimension screenDim = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getScreenSize();

and in constructor,

setBounds(0, 0, screenDim.width, screenDim.height);


Now the internal frame's vertical size is larger than the screen. Due to that the whole GUI is not seeing.

Can anybody help me in this issue?.....

Thanks in advance.....

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Last Post by vealparry
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If your GUI exceeds the Display support you can do following.
1.Put inside ScrollPane > which you can scroll even if the screen is smaller.
2.Design the GUI for lower resolution and resize the frame when screen size is bigger.

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