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    Default How to catch the "minimize" event from JInternalFrame?

    Hi. I haven`t been found that how to catch the "minimize" event (not iconify) from JInternalFrame. How do it to do?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: How to catch the "minimize" event from JInternalFrame?

    "ICONIFIED" in InternalFrameListener is the equivalent of "MINIMIZE" in windowListeners

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    Default Re: How to catch the "minimize" event from JInternalFrame?

    I am interested in an event which appears when I restore the JInternalFrame from maximal (setMaximum(true)) state to norm
    al state (the frame takes default size)

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    Default Re: How to catch the "minimize" event from JInternalFrame?

    A PropertyChangeListener for the IS_MAXIMUM_PROPERTY should do it.

    db

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    Default Re: How to catch the "minimize" event from JInternalFrame?

    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    A PropertyChangeListener for the IS_MAXIMUM_PROPERTY should do it.

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    Thank you.

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