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JFrame or JDialog

Randall Twede
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i want to add a fade feature to my Paint application. i want a JMenuItem called Fade that pops up either a dialog or frame that has a JSlider and a JButton. which should i use?


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Paul Clapham
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If you want to pop up a window which asks the user to enter some information, then a JDialog is the answer. However if you want this window to be more permanent than that, and if you want it to stick around while the user does things with your main JFrame, then a JFrame is the answer. Or maybe something else: here's the tutorial about Using Top-Level Containers.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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