How can I create a new line in JTextField to type in?

How can I create a new line in JTextField to type in?

By : user2951141
Date : November 18 2020, 01:01 AM
it helps some times you can't have multiple lines with JTextField , you can use JTextArea for that purpose , and the code wouldn't be much different too , you can still use the same code or you can just
code :
TF_BetInfo.append("\nyou have ...... ");

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Problem with multi-line JTextField

Problem with multi-line JTextField

By : user3289104
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue 1 : JTextField does not support multiline. what you want is a JTextArea
2 : Newlines aren't the same on all systems, you might have to use "\r\n" if you are running Windows. Since Java 7, there is System.LineSeparator to solve this issue.
how to update a line from a file that I put in a JTextField

how to update a line from a file that I put in a JTextField

By : Laith Kh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Basically, you break the problem into smaller and smaller steps until you know how to code each step.
You first have to create a Java Swing GUI that contains a JTextField and a JButton that tells your Java code to bring up the next line of text.
How to add red wavy line below text on JTextField

How to add red wavy line below text on JTextField

By : elkolek
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Okay thank all
i found a way, just exends jtextfield and override paint method.
MigLayout: Put two JLabel on the same line separated by JTextField

MigLayout: Put two JLabel on the same line separated by JTextField

By : Stephen Boyington
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Have you looked into using row/column constraints and using "cell" arguments when placing the Components? I've had a lot of success with that method.
code :
    JPanel helper = new JPanel(
            new MigLayout(
    helper.add( new JLabel( "Threshold:" ), "cell 0 0" );
    threshold = new JTextField();                  // Assuming this was declared earlier
    Icon thresholdIcon = UIManager.getIcon( "OptionPane.questionIcon" );
    JLabel thresholdIconLabel = new JLabel( thresholdIcon );
    thresholdIconLabel.setToolTipText( "Threshold for template matching" );
    helper.add( threshold, "cell 1 0" );
    helper.add( thresholdIconLabel, "cell 2 0" );
Save the line break in JTextField

Save the line break in JTextField

By : Luis Viñals
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you A JTextField is for a single line of text only. You can use a JTextArea instead.
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