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    Re: Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    I appreciate that, and normally I would, but I have to do A LOT more work besides this program between now and its due date. Sorry for having to be spoon fed this stuff, but I was just in a hurry.
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    Re: Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    "To track mouse moves and mouse drags, use the MouseMotionListener". *palm*

    Thanks newbie for your help.

    Of course it all works now.

    Bisous X
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    Re: Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    No, you're right. I don't understand it, which is why I'm turning to help. I have looked on the internet, and they do provide documentation, but with most of them I don't know where to begin, and I...
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    Re: Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    Okay. 1 more question. I have this:


    import java.awt.*;
    import java.awt.event.*;
    import javax.swing.*;
    import javax.swing.event.*;

    public class MousePanel3 extends JPanel {
    private...
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    Re: Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    So you're saying I can have all the methods just in the same inner class? Oh okay. I didn't know that.
    Can I have all the inner classes like that, and then the paint component separate but not...
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    Re: Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    This isn't a complete program, this is me just messing around. I just wanted to know if it was possible THIS way. The paintComponent() method's there for drawing a line when the mouse listener for...
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    Multiple methods in the same inner class?

    Hey guys,

    I have two programs. 1 which implements multiple mouse events:


    import java.awt.*;
    import java.awt.event.*;
    import javax.swing.*;
    import javax.swing.event.*;
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    Changing colours of objects

    Hey all,

    1st let me say, this IS a school assignment, so I don't expect you to answer directly. However I would like a nudge or two in the right direction so I can actually complete the...
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