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How to move the button to the west layout and move the shape

to add your button to the west border you need to use a BorderLayout in the parent component and add your button by using add(button, BorderLayout.WEST)

To move your shape you have to make sure that you are making some change to the x or y position of your shape. just calling the repaint method will not work if you do not change the x or y position of your shape .

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