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manenkov
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Hello all!

How I can make a full-screen non-moveable frame (maximized)? if I use java.awt.Frame, BorderLayout and pack() method, the frame is look like moveable window...

But if I run program under Mysaifu JVM, a windows is maximized. That is difference?..

Thanks for help.

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Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Hello all!
>
> How I can make a full-screen non-moveable frame (maximized)? if I use java.awt.Frame, BorderLayout and pack() method, the frame is look like moveable window...
>
> But if I run program under Mysaifu JVM, a windows is maximized. That is difference?..

When you run with the Mysaifu JVM, do you see any "decorations" around
the Frame (such as the titlebar, close "X" button, iconify/expand
buttons, grab handles to expand/shrink window, and/or Frame border)?

Do you see that when running with phoneME Advanced?

Mysaifu JVM probably turn "decorations" off with their port of Java ME
PP but we have it on by default.

Hinkmond

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manenkov
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Ok, thanks for explanations.

But, how I can make a java frame (window) a maximized and non-moveable under Phoneme?

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> Ok, thanks for explanations.
>
> But, how I can make a java frame (window) a maximized and non-moveable under Phoneme?
>

You'd have to do that in the native GUI toolkit porting layer, not in
the Java layer. The native GUI toolkit is what controls the Frame's GUI
decorations (such as the grab handles, titlebar, iconify/de-iconify
buttons, close button, etc.)

Which native GUI toolkit are you using? Is it Qt/Embedded?

Hinkmond

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manenkov
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As, I writing in thread about "Choice trouble", I not assurance than I correctly understanding your question....

How I can recognize which GUI toolkit is using? I self is not installing a nothing (except a Phoneme of course).

Thanks for helping!

Hinkmond Wong

phonemeadvanced@mobileandembedded.org wrote:
> As, I writing in thread about "Choice trouble", I not assurance than I correctly understanding your question....
>
> How I can recognize which GUI toolkit is using? I self is not installing a nothing (except a Phoneme of course).
>

I saw you answered my question on the other thread: You are using the
Windows Mobile 2005 GUI toolkit, since you are using the binary from
Davy Preuveneers for Windows Mobile 2005.

Thanks,

Hinkmond

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