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Putting back JDialog

 
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I've a modal JDialog. From this modal JDialog, I'm opening a new non-modal JDialog. When I get the focus back to my first window, I want my second JDialog to go back (not hide).
I tried implementing focusListener and in focusLost() I'm calling toBack(). But, when I go back to my first window, focusLost() is not all called.
Any other ideas or suggestions on how to do this?
Thanks,
- Raja.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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