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  7. 		{"Welcome", "\n\n         \"MigLayout makes complex layouts easy and normal layouts one-liners.\""},
  8. 		{"Quick Start", "This is an example of how to build a common dialog type. Note that there are no special components, nested panels or absolute references to cell positions. If you look at the source code you will see that the layout code is very simple to understand."},
  9. 		{"Plain", "A simple example on how simple it is to create normal forms. No builders needed since the whole layout manager works like a builder."},
  10. 		{"Alignments", "Shows how the alignment of components are specified. At the top/left is the alignment for the column/row. The components have no alignments specified.\n\nNote that baseline alignment will be interpreted as 'center' before JDK 6."},
  11. 		{"Cell Alignments", "Shows how components are aligned when both column/row alignments and component constraints are specified. At the top/left are the alignment for the column/row and the text on the buttons is the component constraint that will override the column/row alignment if it is an alignment.\n\nNote that baseline alignment will be interpreted as 'center' before JDK 6."},
  12. 		{"Basic Sizes", "A simple example that shows how to use the column or row min/preferred/max size to set the sizes of the contained components and also an example that shows how to do this directly in the component constraints."},
  13. 		{"Grow Shrink", "Demonstrates the very flexible grow and shrink constraints that can be set on a component.\nComponents can be divided into grow/shrink groups and also have grow/shrink weight within each of those groups.\n\nBy default " +
  14. 						"components shrink to their inherent (or specified) minimum size, but they don't grow."},
  15. 		{"Span", "This example shows the powerful spanning and splitting that can be specified in the component constraints. With spanning any number of cells can be merged with the additional option to split that space for more than one component. This makes layouts very flexible and reduces the number of times you will need nested panels to very few."},










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