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Thread: jsplitpane not size properly

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    Default jsplitpane not size properly

    Hi all, I am making a simple UI in Netbeans IDE in which I need to split my app into two parts, so i added a jsplitpane to a jframe, but on running the application the left side of splitpane is smaller and the rightside of splitpane is bigger by default.

    I want to set the size (width) of left and right split panes and when I launch the app the left and right split panes should appear in the sizes what was set before.

    Please tell me how to do that.

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    Default Re: jsplitpane not size properly

    I believe what you're trying to alter is the divider's location, with JSplitPane.setDividerLocation() method.
    // For the divider to be
    // precisely at the middle.
    JSplitPane pane = new JSplitPane();

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