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Remi Dubey
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Joined: Jun 12, 2001
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hi,
how to attach a status bar to a JFrame. I hv a JFrame wch has a JDesktopPane to it.
Theres a method in JAppplet called showstatus but is there any in JFrame???
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Nathan Pruett
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Joined: Oct 18, 2000
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Only Applets and JApplets have a built in status bar. If you want to do this in another top-level component, you will have to do it yourself. Perhaps adding a Label or JLabel into the BorderLayout.SOUTH area of the Frame and setting the text in it would work for what you want.

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