A colleague showed the game on his laptop (which wasn't rubbish or old at all and ... So my question is how can I update the JLabel everytime that the user ...
Thanks im using set Icon(); to set the icon for a JLabel when my application is run.
Hello again, My GUI is finished and working (ignoring some minor flaws) but my display Board method seems to be extremely inefficient.
I made this on my desktop PC and I didn't really notice how CPU or memory intensive it was until our french presentation today.
it doesnt seem right to use a getter if you want to set the text, that's why i'm using a setter which takes a string argument and passes that to status' set Text method. Extensions of Swing components which have UI delegates (including JPanel), should typically invoke super.paint Component() within their own paint Component() implementation.
Since the UI delegate will take responsibility for clearing the background on opaque components, this will take care of #5. Swing supports built-in double-buffering via the JComponent double Buffered property, and it defaults to true for all Swing components, however setting ...
You should never call sleep(), or perform any other time-consuming operation, in an event handler. My question is, how do I access and update the j Label component on each j Panel in the ..problem could be anything - you would need to post a working sample program that demonstrates the problem, so we can see exactly how you have it put together.