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JDialog - remove close option

 
Pam Ginther
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Is it possible to remove the close icon on the top right? I want to create a JDialog that notifies the user that the application is loading but i want to control the closing and not the user. I want the box to be similar to what displays when you start up NetBeans or Forte.
Thanks in advance for your time.
Pam
 
kyle amburn
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You can call setUndecorated(true) on your JDialog to remove the title bar and the close button. If you are meaning for this to be a splash screen, then you would be better suited to use JWindow or JFrame, because otherwise you need a parent window for the screen. If you haven't loaded the main gui yet, then you won't have a parent window.
Kyle
 
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