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Help with \'hiding\' a JavaJFCToolBar definition
I have a JavaJFCToolBar that contains several JavaJFCPushButtons. We have built a test harness and I want to hide the definition of the toolbar so we can click directly on the pushbuttons without refering to the ToolBar. I have done this many times before in other areas without any problems, but for some reason I can't get the tags right on the pushbuttons here. When I try to hide it, Silk can't see the button anymore - 'Select does not exist'.
My original frame file looked like this:
I have tried it many ways ...
Any suggestions how to do this? I don't have much to go on with the ToolBar definition - Silk only reports the Index: #1, the WindowId: $javax.swing.JToolBar, and the Location @(117,22).
We are using Win98/NT/2000 with a Java2 application.
[This message has been edited by awhiteleather (edited 12-13-2001).]
Re: Help with \'hiding\' a JavaJFCToolBar definition
I got it ... the obvious one I didn't try -