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welcome on this forum

can you be so little bit concrete, because there are areas or options or posibilities

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You can iterate through all the children of the JPanel removing them one at a time... but it's probably easier to remove the old JPanel from your window and replace it with a new empty one.

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its okay i've discovered a method jPanel.removeAll(), and it works fine. Thanks for your help.

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