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Opening a JFrame maximized

Amit Agarwal
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Joined: May 09, 2001
Posts: 92
Hi,
i was wondering if there was an option so that the JFrame for any java application be opened in a maximised position.
Can anybody help in this regard?
Amit
Sanjay Bahrani
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Joined: Apr 17, 2001
Posts: 38
Hi There,
You can achieve your functionality by setting the size of the JFrame(setSize(Dimension d)).
Use this Method of JFrame as setSize(Dimension dim), pass the Dimension object in this method. Before this create the Dimension object in this way.
JFrmae frame=new JFrame();
Dimension dim=new Dimension(Toolkit.getScreenSize());
frame.setSize(dim);
This will create your JFrame of your screenSize i.e maximized.
I hope this will solve your problem....
Bye..
Amit Agarwal
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Joined: May 09, 2001
Posts: 92
Hi Sanjay,
using the above code i will get a frame which is of the full screen size. i am working on the windows platform, and when i want to maximize, i want to take into consideration the windows taskbar(start menu). that is, the maximize should work the same way as would a normal windows application.
also, if a user clicks on the maximize icon on the frame, i get the desired result. i want to get the same result from an event generated thru the program itself.
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Amit
Anonymous
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
Posts: 18944
You need to use JNI to do this. JDJ has written several articles on how this can be accomplished, and in fact, there is a utility called JUtil that you can download to make this stuff easy. Check it out.
 
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