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Is it possible to completely remove or hide the system menu or the title bar (or both) in a Dialog? (AWT Dialog, not a JDialog).

If there is a way of doing that, please show me how.
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what you are talking about is a Window object, it is basically a Dialog without the title bar etc.. It does not however have modal functionality, so you would have to monitor that yourself.

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terajiv earned 100 total points
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HI Prain,
its not possible to hide the System Menu. Even in JDialog I doubt.

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