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Thread: JButton takes graphics

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    Default JButton takes graphics

    I would like to make the button (in task pane for basic logic gates) that when you click it, it will take an image of the logic gate to be drag and drop to the left panel. Please provide me some instructions. Thanks!
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    Default Re: JButton takes graphics

    What have you tried?
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