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Description When creating or using Java applications, you may have experienced some interesting rollover and/or selection effects when using default Swing mechanisms. A more consistent, more common result can be reached using the Java2D API which allows you to methodically define composite values for rollover and selection events. In this article, discover how images are constructed within Java language and how they can be manipulated using AWT composites.

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