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Creating multiple frames in sequence in a for loop

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Hi again !!

I was trying to do something like this: I have a JDialog which shows up when a for loop is executing. In the for loop I manipulate the content of the JDialog to show some new content. This JDialog pops-up within the for loop. But when I run the program I see only the last content added to the content pane of JDialog. The reason being the for loop doesnt stop after showing the JDialog. I want the sequence to be maintained. So is there any way in which I can wait within the for loop for the JDialog window to close ?? So that when the user closes the JDialog I continue with the for loop and generate the next JDialog ??

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Ashish Sarin
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Create the dialog separately and have it updated from within the loop. Will that work or does the dialog have to be within the loop? (I'm not exactly sure whether you need to keep creating new dialogs or just updating one dialog...)
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I figured out how this can be done. thanks.  I made a modal dialog, in which the method that creates the Dialog returns only after the shown dialog box is disposed.
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Sounds good. :)
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