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Hi,

I am currently using many JFrames because of previous problems - http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Java/Q_21864338.html

Is there a way to use JFrames and not have them create an Icon in the task bar?

Thanks,

waffe
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no, you'll need to use a JDialog or JWindow for that
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Thanks!

I'll see if those components work with my current program.

waffe

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