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I have an Internal Frame and a button in the Internal Frame that opens another Internal frame to the desktop. Problem is, it opens behind the first frame. Can someone tell me how to make it appear on top?
Neither seems to work. I tried myJInternalFrame.toFront(); compiles, but does nothing. then I tried myDesktopPane.setSelectedFrame(myJInternalFrame); again, compiles, but does nothing. Thanks for your help though.
syed fazal faheem
posted 15 years ago
Hi, call parentFrame.show() after bringing the internalframe to front.
[This message has been edited by syed fazal faheem (edited July 13, 2001).]