How to call setUndecorated() after a frame is made visible?

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In my Swing application, I want the ability to switch between decorated and undecorated without recreating the entire frame. However, the API doesn't let me call setUndecorated() after the frame is made visible.

Even if i call setVisible(false), isDisplayable() still returns true. The API says the only way to make a frame not-displayable is to re-create it. However, I don't want to recreate the frame just to switch off some title bars.

How do I do this after a frame is visible?.
Apr 21 in Java by kartik
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Hello kartik,

You can Try:

dispose();
setUndecorated(true);
setVisible(true);

Check it Out. Hope it will help !!

answered Apr 21 by Niroj
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