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    Question Interaction between components.

    problem solved.
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    Default Re: Interaction between components.

    Drawable drawable = new Drawable(Color.GREEN);
    btnOne.addActionListener(new Drawable());
    You are creating two instances of Drawable , one with default color and other with no color
    thats why its not showing effect , you are looking.

    make this

    btnOne.addActionListener(drawable);
    use object of drawable you had created earlier.
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    Default Re: Interaction between components.

    Quote Originally Posted by DanBrown View Post
    You are creating two instances of Drawable , one with default color and other with no color
    thats why its not showing effect , you are looking.

    make this



    use object of drawable you had created earlier.
    What you told me, gives me expected behaviour.. but.. when the button is clicked, another button pops up, and I now have two buttons. Why is that ?

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    Default Re: Interaction between components.

    Wrong post.
    Last edited by SyntheticD; February 9th, 2011 at 08:45 PM.

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