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Immobile JInternalFrame

Erwin Bredford
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Joined: Feb 11, 2003
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hi does anyone know how to make a JInternalFrame
immovable or immobile.
that is disable the drag making it impossible for someone to drag it
thanks


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Gregg Bolinger
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Well, I am pretty sure you could add a JInternalFrameListener and listen for the drag event. Anytime someone drags it, just setLocation(x,y) back where it should go.
However, I think a cleaner approach would be to not use JInternalFrames at all. If you aren't moving the frame around, isn't it just a JPanel? I would use a JPanel in place of a JInternalFrame and just statically place it where you want it.
Either way would work, but I like the JPanel idea better.


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Nathan Pruett
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The best way to do this is provide a new DesktopManager to the JDesktopPane that contains this JInternalFrame. Basically, just override the dragFrame() method to ignore moving a frame based on some criteria. In my example I create a marker interface, but you could keep it simple and base it on a predefined title or something if you don't need that much functionality.



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