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How in the heck do you change the color of a selected titlebar in a jinternalframe. I have serioulsy looked EVERYWHERE. I have tried changing the l&f using UIManager.put but I must be using the wrong name because it won't change, and I have tried many many different names.
Anyone know a way to change it? And if you do use UIManager can you specify the name of the object please?
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For some weird reason, messing with UIManager values doesn't affect internal frames in Metal look and feel, but does in Motif and Windows. However, internal frames are affected by setting themes.
 
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That is what I was looking for, thanks!
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