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Thread: JTable gridlines not showing in a nimbus L&F

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    Default JTable gridlines not showing in a nimbus L&F

    my JTable has a rendered background with an image into it.. in a default L&F i dont see any problems, but changing it into a nimbus L&F, makes every thing worst, how can i enable the grid lines in a Jtable using a nimbus look and feel?

    by the way, event if i remove the image background the grid lines still dont show...


    i tried to implement this codes
    UIManager.put("Table.gridColor", Color.RED);
    UIManager.put("Table.disabled", false);
    but nothing happens


    please I need help.. well another follow up question if this case doesnt have any solutions..

    the whole problem is i want to change a single component's look and feelm but not affecting other components is this possible? the whole frame has default L&F, while my scrollPane will be nimbus... is this possible?
    Last edited by chronoz13; February 22nd, 2010 at 07:49 AM.


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