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Take dialog out of browser window in gwt project

 
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Hello.
For example, i have two monitors connected to one system block. I have an application with simple form with several textBoxes which are readonly and therefore them values can't be changed directly. Instead, i have a dialog box that allows me to change these textboxes values from it. I want to show my simple form on one monitor and dialog window on another. The problem is, that i can't take this dialog out of browser window and therefore can't separate my form and dialog. Is it possible to solve this problem? Or may be i should create two gwt projects: one for form and another for dialog? If so, how can i start one project from another?
Thanks for attention!
 
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