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How to remove title bar from a JFrame

 
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hi ,
i need some solution so that i can remove title bar from a frame something like splash screen in VB
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If you want a spalsh screen you can use javax.swing.JWindow or java.awt.Window
 
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let see my small site linkhere
 
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Originally posted by ali rafiq:
let see my small site linkhere


Thanks a ton Ali .... that was a very imp link for me atleast. IS it possible to remove the title bar from a normal frame .
[ April 16, 2003: Message edited by: raghav mathur ]
 
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If you are using JDK 1.4+ you could use the setUndecorated( true ) method of Frame.
 
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If we are not using JDK 1.4 how do we do this in JDK 1.2 / 1.3 Thanks
 
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You can't. You have to use Window/JWindow like Ali suggested.
[ April 16, 2003: Message edited by: Nathan Pruett ]
 
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Which one is recommended for good performance? Either JWindow or JFrame.setUndecorated(false) ?. Thanks
 
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Hi
Thanks a ton Nathan . It worked in 1.4
[ April 16, 2003: Message edited by: raghav mathur ]
 
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I don't know which one of JWindow or JFrame.setUndecorated(true) performs better... I do know that if all you are doing is displaying a graphic, and you don't need to add any Swing components to the splash screen, Window (from AWT) comes up a bit faster than JWindow because it doesn't have to create the RootPane, ContentPane, etc that Swing requires.
 
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