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How can I set font for the JFrame s' title bar ?

Posted on 2002-05-05
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Hi,
I don't want to use the default font of the system for my
JFrame s' title bar. How can I change the font or it ?
thankx,
Bye.
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Question by:kianh
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Peter Kwan earned 50 total points
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No, you cannot change the default font for the JFrame's title bar using Pure Java. You need to adjust it using Control Panel in Windows or similar system tools in other platforms.
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by:kianh
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Hi,
Sorry for my lateness, I have problem with my computer !
But now it 's ok, and i can continue connecting.
I wonder this because I want to know how other language
to stay in a JFrame title like Chinese or VietNamese, not
only English.
Good luck,
Bye
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