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    Question Java JTextPane Save

    i was trying to do some simple text formatting using JEditorPane but then as knowledge grew i found JTextPane easier to implement and more robust.

    my query is how do i save the formatted text in JTextPane to file? it should be RTF or HTML or other.. as this file is not opened by the application again.

    it is a chat history text file with formatted text.

    thank you.


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    Default Re: Java JTextPane Save

    just to be clear.. it is a crime nowadays to ask for help in several forums?

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    Default Re: Java JTextPane Save

    i ask again.. what seems to be the problem? kindly stop as other than you no one else has raised an alerm for no reason.

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    Default Re: Java JTextPane Save

    Quote Originally Posted by ikurtz View Post
    just to be clear.. it is a crime nowadays to ask for help in several forums?
    Only if you think so. One thing's sure, it won't get you more or better help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikurtz View Post
    i ask again.. what seems to be the problem? kindly stop as other than you no one else has raised an alerm for no reason.
    Since you don't seem to think there's anything wrong with cross posting, why does it bother you when your cross posting is made public knowledge?

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    Default Re: Java JTextPane Save

    no not at all. it does not bother me at all to let others know im looking at other options also.

    it is your attitude that bothers me. you seem too negative.

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    Lightbulb Re: Java JTextPane Save

    ok i solved it. sorry for the cross posting but here is the answer:

                        StyledDocument doc = (StyledDocument)textPaneHistory.getDocument();
     
                        HTMLEditorKit kit = new HTMLEditorKit();
     
                        //RTFEditorKit kit = new RTFEditorKit();
     
                        BufferedOutputStream out;
     
                        try {
                            out = new BufferedOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(chooser.getSelectedFile().getName()));
     
                            kit.write(out, doc, doc.getStartPosition().getOffset(), doc.getLength());
     
                        } catch (FileNotFoundException e) {
     
                        } catch (IOException e){
     
                        } catch (BadLocationException e){
     
                        }

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikurtz View Post
    no not at all. it does not bother me at all to let others know im looking at other options also.

    it is your attitude that bothers me. you seem too negative.
    Huh? Please tell me which sentence or word in my postings helped you to infer my "attitude."

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