Did you remove the layout manager so that you have exclusive control vs competing with the layout manager over who gets to set the location of a component?
yes, there is no layout manager for that panel.
Can you post a small program that compiles, executes and shows the problem?
Thank you for your concern, but I fixed it. I set the layout null and use setBounds() method for the radio button.
Glad you found it. That was what I was saying about the layout manager: remove the layout manager.
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