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Parallel Help Window

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I have a Java user interface. The toolbar for the interface has a 'Help' menu. Once 'Help' is clicked, I want to display the help in a window that runs parallel(adjacent) to the current context window with both windows visible at the same time, like it works in Microsoft Office 2000. Please help.
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by:Ovi
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just popup the help window at your desired location, modify the interface window size to fit with the help.
... or post some code.
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or if you want that yellow kind of window help to be your help style window, you must use an JWindow instance object.
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Here you may find an interesting way of how to this:

http://www.javaworld.com/javatips/jw-javatip101.html
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