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    Default jTable keep row visible

    is it possible to keep lets say selected row visible all time while scrolling this will help me for compare values and other stuff


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    Default Re: jTable keep row visible

    It's possible, but not without writing some custom code. You might consider having two JTables: one that contains your the rows that should be visible all the time, and another that shows the rows that should be scrolled.
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