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Last edited by stresstedout; April 9th, 2014 at 10:17 PM.
Yes.is this possible??
Of course: Add an action listener to the button (or several, not sure of the big picture) that does what you need when the button(s) is/are selected.does anyone know on how to i can do this?
What's a 'png question'?or another thing i wanted to try was the statuslabel to have several png questions . . .
Same as before: Use an action listener on the button that does as desired.. . . every time the button is clicked?
What's wrong with the actionPerformed() method you posted? Post sample code that does or tries to do what you've described and ask specific questions about how to modify it to meet your requirements.