Re: Why does AffineTransform not work on JTextPane?
"fiziwig" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I can rotate every other type of component I've tried, but when I
rotate a JTextPane by 90 or 180 degrees (which I REALLY need for my
customer's application) The clipping and bordering get all messed up
and I'm at my wit's end trying to make it work.
Am I doing something wrong, or is there a Java bug in applying a
transform to a JTextPane? The same basic code works on a JLabel, why
won't it work on a JTextPane?
Any ideas or suggestions would be deeply appreciated.
OR any ideas for a different way to display STYLED text (font, size,
color, bold, italic on a character-by-character basis) at a 90 or 180
degree rotation. It doesn't have to be editable when rotated, but it
does need to be editable when upright, otherwise I'd just use HTML in a
How about using a JTextPane for editing, and when editing is done, copy
the contents and put it into a JLabel, and rotate the JLabel?
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