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    Default Toolbar workaround

    I am interested in learning if a toolbar workaround can be coded in Java due to the fact that Google Chrome does not allow toolbars.
    When the Java program is running, it will display a small bar at the top of the screen that includes a button to open the user's default
    browser below it in the remaining desktop space.



    Thanks.

    Anthony

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    Default Re: Toolbar workaround

    I think you can write a java program that will display a small window where you can click to start another program.

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