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- 07-03-2008, 05:26 PM #1
Is there a way to have a window ontop of...
I've been wondering about this for awhile now.
Is there a way to have a window above a full-screened Java based program. without it exiting and going to regular size? (it's browser based/it runs in a browser)
Google isn't showing anything and I'm out of ideas.
Anyone know of a way? If not me and quite a few people just threw months of work out the window.
As far as i can tell the method they renders it, it sets it to on top, and whenever its not on top, it sets to normal size.
Last edited by Bandet Ace; 07-03-2008 at 05:31 PM. Reason: Added abit more info
- 07-03-2008, 05:46 PM #2
What's the difference between full-screened and regular size and normal size. Can regular or normal size be full-screen?
Not sure what is meant by exiting and going to regular size.
If the program exits, it's gone!
Is the program an applet(runs in a browser) or a JFrame opened from an Applet?
Can normal size be set to full screen?
I guess we need some more info.
- 07-03-2008, 11:22 PM #3
It's an applet,and i was referring to the MMORPG Runescape by JaGex Ltd.
It's graphical update allows it to go Full Screen. Normal size is determined by our screen resolution, Mine being at 1680 by 1050
it's the size of 3 of these post box's set on top of each other.
The people lose work consists of the venous tool kit teams form all over the world.
Mine being a cross between Visual Basic.NET and Java others being everything from PHP to C. Each of the kits usually has over a 50 person team involved in it. With well over 30 toolkit's everyone is trying to find a way around it.
Last edited by Bandet Ace; 07-03-2008 at 11:30 PM.
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