In Swing 1.1, JFrame's toFront() doesn't work when a JFrame is iconified. This works in the current version of Swing. Is there a workaround?

Anil Punjabi

Just check if the frame is iconified & if not then set it to normal state and the requestfocus on it.

Use the following code:

if (MyFrame.getState() == Frame.ICONIFIED) 
    MyFrame.setState(Frame.NORMAL);
MyFrame.toFront();
MyFrame.requestFocus();
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