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Setting an accessible name and mnemonic for an Image Button

With this tutorial we shall show you how to set an accessible name and a mnemonic for an ImageButton. Using mnemonics is highly recommended, because it enables users to choose and focus on specific items in the GUI environment using only keyboard shortcuts. In short, to set an accessible name and mnemonic for an ImageButton one should follow these steps: ...

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Associating a Label with a Component

In this example we are going to see how to associate a Label with a component in a Java Desktop Application. This is a very important step to consider when developing an application that accepts user input especially with text boxes. You have to, somehow, make it clear to the user what kind of input he should provide in a ...

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