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Old 10-11-2005, 02:45 AM   #1
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Motif Look and feel problem for customized jtable object

We have option to change Look and feel of the application to either of the one .
Metal(which is default), Motif or Windows.

Metal and Windows works fine.
When we change to Motif, Some of the screens do not display Table headers.

In our application we create JTable in two ways.
1) Directly as new JTable. Look and feel for such screens is absolutely fine.
2) Create table by using some of the customized class like ISEJTABLE and all. Motif look and feel gives problem in such screens.

But Motif is also working fine for the case 1 where we create table directly as new JTable().


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