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How to make JFileChooser modal?

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JFileChooser chooser = new JFileChooser();
chooser.showOpenDialog(parent);
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Doesn't work. Thx.
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Strange, it's worked in every app I've ever written?
Good luck finding a solution.
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You helped me before... :-))
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I'm confused, but thanks for the points :)
Always love to help.
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