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Thread: JTable - GroupableHeader NetbeansStyle

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    Default JTable - GroupableHeader NetbeansStyle

    Hi,

    Iīve been working on a new project with Netbeans since several days.
    I need a custom JTable with a groupable header.

    I found this code, which works very nice. JTable Examples

    In the first pic, thatīs the JTable with Netbeans and in the second with the custom code.

    My look and feel is the Netbeans. How can I get the look in the first picture?

    SirTiGer


    Sorry for my terrible english....
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