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Thread: Close jframe

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    Default Close jframe

    I've got a program weer i open another jframe.
    How van i close only that jframe jframe.exit_on_closed closed both my frames.
    Do ihave to use setVisible(false)?? Iris there a better option?


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    Default Re: Close jframe

    Does setVisible() work? What is wrong with using that?

    Can you post a small simple program that compiles, executes and shows your problem?
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    Default Re: Close jframe

    The best option is not to open and close multiple windows. If you have to do this, better to have one main window be the JFrame and open and close dialog windows such as JDialogs.

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    Default Re: Close jframe

    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    The best option is not to open and close multiple windows. If you have to do this, better to have one main window be the JFrame and open and close dialog windows such as JDialogs.
    oke,

    i put a JPanel to a JDialog. On the JPanel there is a Jbutton.
    How can i close the jDialog when i put on de butten in on the JPanel?

    ClassDateLayout dl = new ClassDateLayout();
    dl.setVisible(true);
    JDialog test = new JDialog();

    test.getContentPane().add(dl);
    test.setVisible(true);
    test.pack();

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    Default Re: Close jframe

    How can i close the jDialog
    Call one of the class's methods.


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