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Can not set the title in a Frame

Posted on 1998-04-21
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Hello

When I use the method setTitle( "Test" )

The title in the Frame does not change when I run run the
program on my machine with Solaris 2.5.1 but it appear  
on some others UNIX machines ( with Solaris 2.5.1  ) and
under Windows 95/NT.

Why ?? It is the same version of JVM and the same and
program.

Regards Stefan
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msmolyak earned 100 total points
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Try running invalidate() and/or validate() methods on the frame object after you change the title.
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by:qcord
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Hello

Thanks for Your answear

This is done, the funny thing is that it is working on some
other UNIX machines ( with the same OS ) and PC machines.


Regards Stefan
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