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EE3206/EE5805 Java Programming and Applications Tutorial 11 – Creating Interactive GUI Application 1. Based on the color area panel done in the last tutorial, change all the buttons to radio buttons and make the color area paintable as shown in the figures below. The five radio buttons are used to select the color of stroke. A user can sketch on the color area by dragging the mouse on it. (Hints: use
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Unformatted text preview: BufferedImage as an off-screen buffer for painting and then copy the buffer to the drawing panel) 2. Modify the application again and make the color area erasable. A user can erase the painting by holding down the CTRL button and dragging the mouse on the painting. The diameter of the eraser is 20. - END -...
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