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Hi everyone,
it may be simple to you, but I have the following problem.
I have a modal java.awt.Dialog. After a specified amount of time it creates another modal java.awt.Dialog, using a Thread.
Both Dialogs have a refference to the same parent (Frame).
Some time later, the second Dialog dissappears automatically, and again after some time it pops up again.
The problem is: I want both Dialogs to be modal. I know what you are thinking: they can't both be modal at the same time! I know that, but trying to transfer the "modality" (is this a word?) when the second Dialog dis- or appears, using the setModal(boolean)-method, seems not to be possible. Basically, this is what I do (wrong?):
1. create a modal java.awt.Dialog dialog1
2. after some time: dialog1.setModal(false);
3. create the other modal java.awt.Dialog dialog2
4. after some time: dialog2.setModal(false);
5. dialog2.dispose();
6. dialog1.setModal(true);
7. loop back to step 2.
this is what happens : the first Dialog shows up and is modal. Then the second one comes up, also modal. When the second Dialog disappears, the first one (which was still vissible in the background) is no longer modal.
What can I do to prevent this form happening? I want the Dialog's to "take turn at being modal"!
Please help...
 
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