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Is there any way to hide the title bar of java applications?

 
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In fact, I don't like its style. I want to hide it and design a picture for the background of the frame. I will draw a similar bar within the picture as the style I like.I am using netBeans 6 IDE

how can I hide the title bar ?
 
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You need to remove the decorations (setUndecorated(true) on the JFrame), then create all of it yourself. That includes the minimize, maximize and close buttons as they will be removed as well.

Can some moderator move this to the Swing forum?
 
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Thank you so much !
 
Doody calls. I would really rather that it didn't. Comfort me wise and sterile tiny ad:
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