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@SjoerdC.deVries Thank you! From the API manual: "MathGraphicsJPanel is the Swing counterpart to MathCanvas. Use a MathGraphicsJPanel if you are writing a Swing program and a MathCanvas if you are writing an AWT program." I left out the non-mathematica related code such as graphic1 = new Graphic(); and other irrelevant code netbeans adds to reduce question noise.
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