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Once you upload that game, kindly click About button you will find a frame in where i uploaded images. So why don't you create another which contains only the background . But i want to say that it is a little bit harder to show your image into application i.e. Awaiting your reply, Golam Sayeed Newaz Hello Newaz, Basically I am developing a java application as a front-end. When I click on these text it fires an event,and perform its respective work ie respectve area works as button. Then whenever the user click the button , you can update the background-only-image with the old one and draw a new text line in it . Theoretically, you could use a sophisticated edge finding algorithm to detect the text within the image and then erase it using another algorithm to paint over it based on the surrounding colors, but this would be quite difficult and probably not the answer you looking for. Recently so many websites are uploaded on internet who are using java applet button. I am repeating my problem below kindly try to solve it.The only thing I can recommend is taking the original image into Photoshop or Graphic Converter and manually remove the text as best as you can. I think you are interested to make that kind of applet isn't it? Actually, the way you are thinking it is not correct. Look at the followings: You need three image variables like these: import java.applet.*; import *; public class button extends applet public boolean mouse Exit(Event evt, int x, int y) } Kindly think deeply and find syntex error and solve your problem. Problem: I have to display an image in a Standalone application say a frame.I want to change these text at runtime ie user can change text in application. That way even the user can write whatever they want to appear in the image (ex you can have a text field that user can type in, then click OK and that text appear in you image or you can just write whatever you want ).
A comprehensive dialog based tool for organizing and placing symbols.You have to use different button image files giving same width and same height, but different title like "Welcome" with one image and " Welcome to java's world" with another image. After a click event I wants to change a text (which is already in image).But when you will make your image you have to adjust your title alignment, ok. For example in image a text "Java" is presents and I wants to change it to "Welcome to Java's world".The problem is that text in an image such as a is not recognized a text once it is encoded as an image.The text is indistinguishable from the rest of the pixels. Sean Friend Javed Akhter, I understood what you are looking for. My first requirment is I have to display image in a frame ie in a application not in applet,so it can't support get Graphics() as you explain above.
Rather than retype every single letter in the image, which won’t work if there’s a lot to copy, there is a way to copy text straight from images, use GT Text.