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Has anyone got any idea how to make netbeans start a jFrame up in full screen mode.

Have tried the usual:


Any ideas?
 
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Do you mean with the JFrame maximized or FullScreen Mode? 2 different things with 2 entirely different solutions.

Fullscreen Mode

Maximize Screen - Kind of depends on what JDK version you are running. You can try:

setExtendedState(JFrame.MAXIMIZED_BOTH);

after you setVisible(true) on the frame. If you just set the size as the dimensions of the screen, the frame will fill the screen but won't trully be maximized.
 
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