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    Question about JInternalFrame

    Hi all.

    Concerning JInternalFrame, is it possible to remove the title bar as can be done with JFrame? I may be going about this the wrong way but I'd like the frame to change from one to another...
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    Re: useing the comp's phone jack

    just use a voice/fax modem, a phone program and a microphone. this is how it was done long before voip came about. plug your phone line into the In port of the modem and you're done.
  3. Thread: 1 error???

    by TimW
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    Re: 1 error???

    int i = 0;
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    Re: Question about ActionListener

    What I mean is, each button is located on an individual panel and each panel has its own listener. This allows me to copy any panel I want into another program if I need to without any alteration. ...
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    Question about ActionListener

    Hi guys.

    This is just a question I've been meaning to ask about ActionListeners. Is it wrong, or even bad form, to have multiple listeners for the one program? The way I've taken to writing code...
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    Re: Simple linked list

    The only problem I see is that: public int getSize() is not returning anything, nor is it being used. So you can either edit it out or have it return something. I'm still in the process of learning...
  7. Thread: Timer?

    by TimW
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    Timer?

    Hi guys,

    How do you use Timer to read from a text file and update a TextField?
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    Re: Combo/TextField Help

    Place the line: zipCombo.setEditable(true); in the same area where you constructed the comboboxes, this will allow for editing. As for the other problem, use spacing after the labels. 1 after First...
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    Re: Want to move my button away from center.

    Instead of using GridBagLayout, try using FlowLayout. It will set the button to the top center of the panel.
  10. Thread: Stack Order?

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    Re: Stack Order?

    Thanks for that Freaky Chris, I'll give that a go and see what happens.
  11. Thread: Stack Order?

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    Stack Order?

    Hi people.

    I would like to know if it is possible to remove, or modify, the stack order (I hope this is right) when using JInternalFrame. I noticed that when I coded using this, that the internal...
  12. Thread: G'day!

    by TimW
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    G'day!

    Hi everyone.

    Thanks for letting me join this forum, there's heaps I need to learn about Java. I am currently in my 1st year of a Bachelors Degree in IT at CQUniversity. The programming is about...
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