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Keeping JInternal Frame within desktop

Brian Snyder2002
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Let's say I have a JInternalFrame on a JDesktop. That desktop is within the right side of a JSplitPane. When the user moves the JInternal frame, I would like it to stay within the boundries of the right pane. Any ideas?? What kind of listener should I use?


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