In my Java code, I am using GridLayout (line shown in red) in code below: frame = new JFrame("Contacts Details"); frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); mainPanel = new JPanel(); buttonPanel = new JPanel(); mainPanel.setLayout(new GridLayout(9, 3)); buttonPanel.setLayout(new GridLayout(1, 3)); The result was this: Name [ ] (Text Box for name) City [ ] (Text Box for City) Cell [ … Continue reading GridLayout struggle when it has excess rows and how to overcome
If you put the following code in Java with only the lines in blue in your Java Swing program, you will find that whenever the Java dialog is resized, the button grows and looks ugly as it occupies the full row of the GridLayout. Code Segment as below. parameterPanel.setLayout(new GridLayout(2,1)); JButton parameterButton = new JButton("Parameters"); … Continue reading How to restrict size of JButton in GridLayout in Java
When you create a GridLayout in Java Swing, you should define the main labels and the fields one after another. Then only you get the correct height of the fields. If you define all labels first and then all the fields later, the height of the rows and columns does not align correctly.