Problem with JButtons in JTable
I using a JTable that has a column with JButtons. I was able to render the buttons and even fire the button's action by using a custom table cell editor.
The problem is :
I first click a button, say in row 1 and then click a button in another row, say row 2. When I click the second button, the button in row 1 is displayed in a pressed state. That is, the previously clicked button is rendered in a pressed state, untill the table is refreshed completely (say by adjusting the column size).
I tried to confirm if the renderer on row1 is invoked or not. And the renderer on row1 IS invoked but still it is rendered as a toggle button in pressed state (But the buttons i add and render are just JButton and not JToggle button).
The button is correctly rendered only when the table is fully repainted.
Hope I am clear with my statements.
Any solution on this problem would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
A renderer only 'lends' its drawing capabilities to the component
(table/list) that is using it. What you see is really just a
cardboard representation of the rendered component. E.g. when
you use a JTexArea as base for your renderer you will see the
scrollbars, but you cannot use them. The only components I
have been able to use as (well behaved)renderers are lables,
panels and comboboxes.
I am not sure why a label column is able to keep
its elements' individual coloring and a button apparently doesn't.
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