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Hi there,

When I use the decorated JFrame, the color of the JFrame is always light blue.
Is it possible to change this colour? For example, I want the decorated JFrame to be in pink colour.

Thanks.
 
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you could try the various dialog colors, here's one

 
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Thanks so much, Michael.
 
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