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Circular JFrame

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Overwhelmed with the help so far...
thanks a lot all .

I am trying to get a JFrame in the shape of a circle ..

I will be really grateful if someone can give some code snippet ..

thanks again !
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Not possible i'm afraid. JFrame is a top level window and they are never round
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how about JPanel ?
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You'd need native code to 'fake' roundness with transparency. Try this

http://jna.dev.java.net/demo/ShapedWindowDemo.jnlp
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All components are rectangular by definition, and top level windows are tied to the native window system which is also rectangular.

you can give a component the illusion of not being rectangular by leaving the background transparent.
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thanks all ..

can I do similar things for JButton ?
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@CHEJ .. I am not able to find the code for the link you send :(
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How does that help you exactly?
(and you don't need to write any native code)
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>>@CHEJ .. I am not able to find the code for the link you send :(

I think you'll need to check it out from Subversion (for which you'll need an account)

https://jna.dev.java.net/source/browse/jna/
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