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James Howerton
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JDesktop:JInternalFrame out of scope
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Hello;
I Have a JDesktopPane that opens with a x frame (JInternalFrame)wit
a JMenuBar and 11 JTabbedPanels .produced by x.class.I click the menuItem to produce z.frame using x.class
a new JInternalFrame with 4 tabbedPanels on it again produced by x.class.
Now I click on x.frame and try to again use the menuBar and
x.frame is out of scope the menuItem clicked tries to perform its actionPerformed
using the InternalFrame with 4 tabs instead of the intended 11 tabbed JInternalFrame.

Is there a standard for requesting scope or fireing InternalFrame events or validation of which frame is
enabled?
Thanks
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Darryl Burke
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Just another cross poster
http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread303520.html

Also seen posted to the wrong forum on
http://old.nabble.com/JDesktop%3AJInternalFrame-out-of-scope-td29408709.html
http://forums.netbeans.org/post-82407.html
 
Rob Spoor
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James, I believe you've been warned before that you need to BeForthrightWhenCrossPostingToOtherSites.

As for the tags, you had checked the "Disable BB Code in this message" check box below the post. I've unchecked it for you.
 
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