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To disable the frame .........................

krishna yendrapalli
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Joined: Feb 15, 2006
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i'm facing a problem with the custom dialogbox. There is an inbuilt method in JOptionPane, but this is a custom Dialog.

I have a frame with menu and it has a menuitem. when i click the menuitem , it opens a custom dialogbox with 2 panels. After the dialog is opened, i'm still able to access the Frame. I don't want to access the frame.
I tried setEnabled(false) but still it is not working .

Can anyone help me out. Plz give me an example to disable access to the frame after the action of menuitem.

Thanks in Advance,
krishna
Michael Dunn
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Joined: Jun 09, 2003
Posts: 4632
if it's a custom dialog, you should be able to use
setModal(true);
 
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