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How to remove the "X" closing button from a JDialog box?

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How to remove the "X" closing button from a JDialog box?
i don't want to just disable the closing action writing my own event handlers.
I don't want the 'X' button to be seen at all.
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Question by:sharath_kulal
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Something like:

dlg.setUndecorated( true );
dlg.getRootPane().setWindowDecorationStyle ( JRootPane. PLAIN_DIALOG );
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But i want the title bar to be displayed
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That should show the title dialog..

    JDialog dlg = new JDialog( new Frame(), true ) ;
    dlg.setUndecorated( true );
    dlg.getRootPane().setWindowDecorationStyle( JRootPane.PLAIN_DIALOG );
    dlg.setTitle( "Test Dialog" );
    dlg.setSize( new Dimension( 320, 200 ) ) ;
    dlg.show() ;

Shows the title bar...but no close button...

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by:TimYates
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you mean the system title bar?

You can't get rid of the system close button...that's put there by the system...
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