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I created a Frame and then created the same thing with a JFrame. While I like the better handeling of the JFrame I thought the Frame had a better appearence on my machine (just running win95). How can I get a JFrame to have the same appearance has a Frame? Joe
houston, we have a problem! i have a rectangle and a cylinder, cylinder looks better. how can i make the rectangle look like a cylinder. Just kidding........... , sorry couldn't resist. I, personally would use Frame unless there are other pressing demands, which in your case maybe true. regds. - satya
A frame all by itself is a pretty featureless thing. I admit not seeing a difference when I tested it on my machine. If you refer to the components inside your frame, then maybe you can change the L&F (Look & Feel) to something different. I can post some code to do this if you want.
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I suppose I'll just play with it. I'm determined to use a JFrame soooo I'll beat it till it looks like I want it to. I'll have to take my code and run it on a different machine though and see if maybe it's just because I have a piece of junk at work... Joe