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Maximizing Applet window with shortcut key

 
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I have an applet which, when invoked from a browser window opens as a separate JDesktopPane window.

Now, when both the JDesktopPane and browser window are minimized, I need to maximize the JDesktopPane window when a particular hot key is pressed.

From googling, I understood that JNI is an option. I need to know if this is technically feasible with Java Native Interface (JNI) or using one of the JNI wrappers.
 
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