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suspending frame from closing

 
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my windowClosing(event) method overrides windowClosing(event). when the user clicks "x" in the main frame (frame), i would like the frame to stay open until the user clicks "yes" or "no." as of now, the frame closes, then the "yes/no" option frame pops up.

in the else if(e.getWindow()...) i would like the frame to stay open while frameExitObj.exitPerformed() is called.
[ December 30, 2003: Message edited by: Tony Fabeets ]
 
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I'll move this to Swing/AWT. Let's see if it does any better there.
 
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