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Thread: Combine fonts on JLabel

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    Default Combine fonts on JLabel

    I am trying to combine fonts on a JLabel and do not seem to have any success

    JLabel title = new JLabel("Title:");
    //title.setFont(new Font ("Arial",Font.BOLD,10));
    JLabel titleLabel = new JLabel(title.getText() + myRecording.getTitle());
    //titleLabel.setFont(new Font("Book Antiqua",Font.PLAIN,12));
    JLabel fLabel = new JLabel(title.getText() + titleLabel.getText());


    I would like "Title:" and the text returned from getTitle() to have two differend fonts. Is this possible?


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    Default Re: Combine fonts on JLabel

    I'm lazy, so I'll give you the tutorial quote (http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutori...s/label.html):
    By specifying HTML code in a label's text, you can give the label various characteristics such as multiple lines, multiple fonts or multiple colors. If the label uses just a single color or font, you can avoid the overhead of HTML processing by using the setForeground or setFont method instead. See Using HTML in Swing Components for details.
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