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i found it!!!
Posted by Chin Loong on September 26, 2001 at 9:44 AM
maybe this is the answer.. i was snooping around java.sun's pages when i found this :
Turn off Swing's built-in double-buffering. This allows for more efficient communication between the client and server. To turn off Swing double-buffering, add this line of code to your app before you create any Swing components:
maybe this is how they enable and disable double buffering.. hope this helps!! ^_^
> In Component of jdk1.2.2, there's a method called "isDoubleBuffered", which returns a boolean value depending whether things are doubleBuffered or not. I'm using Convas which is a subclass of Component. How do I set or enable double buffering? I've looked at all the methods and attributes and I haven't found a way to enable the double buffering. Please help!!