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rama krishnan
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how to hide the (JInternalFrame's)border in the JInternalFrame
 
ashok kandaswamy
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Originally posted by muthurama krishnan:
how to hide the (JInternalFrame's)border in the JInternalFrame


by using this method....
public void hide()

{
if (isIcon()) {
getDesktopIcon().setVisible(false);
}
super.hide();
}

i will hope nut make it confirm..

---Ashok.K.....
 
rama krishnan
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Thanks AshokKumar

Instead of JDesktopPane I'm using JPanel, in that JPanel only I'm adding the JInternalFrame
 
ashok kandaswamy
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Originally posted by muthurama krishnan:
Thanks AshokKumar

Instead of JDesktopPane I'm using JPanel, in that JPanel only I'm adding the JInternalFrame


It's ok.obliviously it will works.
 
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