My code displays a texture where you can type something in and than it should appear under the label with a checkbox. What I want is that the checkbox is only there if the title is set through the textfield. I couldn’t find anything on this topic just cb.validate(); but that didn’t really help me. I also tried doing this.add(cb);
If I choose a city FROM: JComboBox then it shouldn’t appear in TO: combo box. How can I code the ActionListener of this action listener? Screenshot Code: Answer I reworked your code to get away from static. You only need one list of cities for your from and to JComboBoxes. You use an ActionListener to listen for changes in the
I am working on an application in which I am handling key release event over a editable ‘JComboBox’, where on every key release a ‘JPopupMenu’ of the ‘JComboBox’ appears. I want to increase the height so that user will be able to see more items at a glance without scrolling. Can anyone please demonstrate how to set the height of
When a JComboBox is just made and added and all the background of the selected item is just normal and white: (ignore the enormous spacing after the text) When I then open the list and hover my cursor over an item, that item get’s highlighted, all normal, nothing wrong with it. But the problem now is that the highlighting stays
I am fetching the data values from the database successfully. I have also stored them into a String array. I need to load the String array as the items of the JComboBox in response to key actionperformed. How can I reload the items of the JComboBox whenever a key is pressed as the fetched values depend on the key pressed.
The background color of the selected item in an uneditable JComboBox is a sort of blue: Is there any way to make this a different color, such as white, for example? Answer This should work