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kumar mars
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Joined: Jun 04, 2001
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hai
i am facing a peculiar problem
i am working on a application that needs Inernal frames
i have a desktop pane and i am adding the internal frames to it after creation
but the one newly created is appearing beside the existing ones the previous one is staying on top
i tried with moveToTop also but no effect
some one find the sollution
bye

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Gregg Bolinger
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Try the toFront() method. Usually works, although I have found that it is picky in the way that you create your internal frame when using the method.
If it doesn't work, let me see how you are creating your internal frames and I will help you.

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