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Iconifying a Window

Posted on 1997-03-27
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I've been trying to figure out how I can programmatically Iconify a window, but have been unsuccessfull. Any ideas??? I've tried posing a WINDOW_ICONIFY event, but nothing happens. FYI - I'm using JDK 1.1

Thanks in advance,
Doug Theobald
dtheobald@dfwmm.net
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Well!
Code like this :
 evt = new Event(this, Event.WINDOW_ICONIFY,"dummy");
  deliverEvent(evt);

doesnt work. It works fine for other events (WINDOW_DESTROY) but for WINDOW_ICONIFY it doesn't work. Perhaps another bug. I haven't try out 1.1. Perhaps there is this problem solved.
But for sure in 1.02 it doesn't work
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