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Is it MDI Property?

Bhagya Tangutur
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I am developing MDI application.I am seeing behaviour like .if i change one Internal frame to it's maximum size.all internal frames which i am adding later on coming as maximized one.IS there any property i need to set ...so that the new InternalFrame which i am adding to Desktop will retain it's original size.
BY seeing NO Answers ..i am doubting whether MDI usually works this way or not.PLease jot down u r sussestions.
Thanks
[ December 10, 2002: Message edited by: Bhagya T ]

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Bhagya Tangutur
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Originally posted by Kumar B:
I am developing MDI application.I am seeing behaviour like .if i change one Internal frame to it's maximum size.all internal frames which i am adding later on coming as maximized one.IS there any property i need to set ...so that the new InternalFrame which i am adding to Desktop will retain it's original size.
BY seeing NO Answers ..i am doubting whether MDI usually works this way or not.PLease jot down u r sussestions.
Thanks
[ December 10, 2002: Message edited by: Bhagya T ]

What i doubted is right...This is not the default Behvaiour for Java Look ..where as If i change the look and Feel to Windows Look and feel,i am getting this problem.Can some one please sussest me ...how to rectify this problem..
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Bhagya
Bhagya Tangutur
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this was windows behaviour ...i just set Desktp manager to default Desktop manager...everythign worked well
 
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