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JInternalFrame positioning

sandeep kumar jangra

Joined: Jan 12, 2005
Posts: 29
hello frenz... i want to make a swing GUI that looks like general editors like Eclipse where we have certain frames and any frame can be maximised closed etc... I have made that but the problem is I want that suppose I have three JInternalFrames viz left, center and bottom like left will contain a JTree, Center will contain my other GUI and bottom will contain other frames... now what I want is when i close a particular frame other two JinternalFrames should occupy its space and when its again invokedit should get back its position and the other two should move to their original size...
You can have a look at eclipse to get a view of what i want to make... is it made in Java Swings or something else... please help

thanx in advance
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