This post has been edited by Ryano121: 24 September 2011 - AM Well I'm not going to just do it for you as that's not what we do here.

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Gui has a public method defined as: public void set Status(String s) ... Greetings all, Average-experienced in Java here, and relatively new to Swing.

I am in need of assistance with regards as to how to update a JLabel on a JPanel - when an array is updated. On the GUI there is a JLabel which displays the current question number. Now, this number can change when the user presses public class roll extends JPanel { //======================================================= instance variables private mydice MYleft Die; // component for one die private JLabel myscore; //============================================================== constructor roll() { //... I am working on a tool that reads several files of raw data and makes heavy calculations upon pressing an "OK" button.

Hello, Is there a way to update a JLabel continually until the predefined minutes runs down to zero? I have got as far as generating two random numbers (ie two dice) and giving the user the option of selecting which amount they want to move by. My program has a class called Gui which extends JFrame. Create the button to roll the dice JButton roll Button = new JButton("New Roll"); roll Font(new Font("Sansserif", Font. Hello hi...i have a problem and i hope someone in this forums will help me to solve my problem...before i explain in more detail about my problem i will give some briefing about my project and how i suddenly face the problem....i have created a simple mp3 to wav converter, and during my program convert a file, it should show to ...

Hi, I have one form from which I am dynamically creating arrays of j Panels, j Buttons & JLabels (number of which unknown until runtime).

For you its probably best just to implement the Action Listener in the class you already have.

Then you need to create the Timer object and start it like Casi Oo said, in the constructor you already have.

I have a new Desktop Application named Desktop Application1 (this is my main program) and a JFrame named New JFrame that I created by right click What David says is correct, but it still won't fix the problem. I have an actionlistener on each j Button so that when pressed it updates the jlabel on its (same) panel. Hi, I have an array of JPanels, each Jpanel is created in a separate class which extends JPanel, and then added to the main j Panel: j Panel Array[i] = new create JPanel(); j Panel Main.add(j Panel Array[i]); In create JPanel() a j Label and j Buttons are added with an actionlistener on the button.