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Vaskar Dasgupta
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How do i disable the x button on the top right corner of JDialog ?
 
Jennifer Garrett
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Try this line after you define dialog as the JDialog:
dialog.setDefaultCloseOperation(JDialog.DO_NOTHING_ON_CLOSE );
 
Vaskar Dasgupta
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Thanks a lot Jennifer for your response, i have tried that option but unfortunately the line of code you suggested only removes the functionality of the button, i am looking forward to something like making the button GRAYED in color (Like you see it in windows, a grayeed disabled button .....)
Waiting for your response.
 
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