I have a JDialog and want either be able to prevent it from being closed by the x in the right corner or I what to be able to catch that it has been done and to perform actions accordingly. What what be the easiest way to handle this?
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Set the dialog to be undecorated (and therefore unclosable by X )
mdolandAuthor Commented:
I use NetBeans and the graphics part there. I cannot find the decorated property there. Instead I tried to set it as the last thing in the ctor. However, it didn't work.
Actually that will remove the title bar as well, so probably not a good way


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is probably better, in conjunction with using a button on the dialog that disposes it

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