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JFrame visibility

P Jain
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Joined: Jul 31, 2004
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Hi!

I have one JFrame frm1 which contains some text fields and button "Press".
When I clicks on this button another JFrame frm2 gets visible and enabled.
But again if I clicks on frm1, frm2 gets minimized, I want to work on both frame simaltaneously.
Irrespective of the button click on any frame,both the frame should be visible untill and unless I explicitely minimize or close any frame.


How Can I do that ?


Regards<br />P Jain
 
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