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[java] How to use viewport?

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Hello. I am writing a track editor where I should have a large area and draw curves.. how do I do this ion Java? Is there simple tutorial on what I need to derive from, what functions to override and so on.. I am using Swing. I tried viewport, override paint(Graphics g) but I don''t get any scrollbars.. and Id like to paint only the area that is required to update.. I can only do it by creating big BufferedImage and paint it, but it is not zoomable then.. So simply tutorial or class that does what I want..?

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see JScrollPane

and if you have java webstart insalled try "SwingSet 2 app" !

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