Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.JMenuItem

Packages that use JMenuItem
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.plaf.basic Provides user interface objects built according to the Basic look and feel. 
 

Uses of JMenuItem in javax.swing
 

Subclasses of JMenuItem in javax.swing
 class JCheckBoxMenuItem
          A menu item that can be selected or deselected.
 class JMenu
          An implementation of a menu -- a popup window containing JMenuItems that is displayed when the user selects an item on the JMenuBar.
 class JRadioButtonMenuItem
          An implementation of a radio button menu item.
 

Methods in javax.swing that return JMenuItem
 JMenuItem JMenu.add(Action a)
          Creates a new menu item attached to the specified Action object and appends it to the end of this menu.
 JMenuItem JPopupMenu.add(Action a)
          Appends a new menu item to the end of the menu which dispatches the specified Action object.
 JMenuItem JMenu.add(JMenuItem menuItem)
          Appends a menu item to the end of this menu.
 JMenuItem JPopupMenu.add(JMenuItem menuItem)
          Appends the specified menu item to the end of this menu.
 JMenuItem JMenu.add(String s)
          Creates a new menu item with the specified text and appends it to the end of this menu.
 JMenuItem JPopupMenu.add(String s)
          Creates a new menu item with the specified text and appends it to the end of this menu.
protected  JMenuItem JMenu.createActionComponent(Action a)
          Factory method which creates the JMenuItem for Actions added to the JMenu.
protected  JMenuItem JPopupMenu.createActionComponent(Action a)
          Factory method which creates the JMenuItem for Actions added to the JPopupMenu.
 JMenuItem JMenu.getItem(int pos)
          Returns the JMenuItem at the specified position.
 JMenuItem JMenu.insert(Action a, int pos)
          Inserts a new menu item attached to the specified Action object at a given position.
 JMenuItem JMenu.insert(JMenuItem mi, int pos)
          Inserts the specified JMenuitem at a given position.
 

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type JMenuItem
 JMenuItem JMenu.add(JMenuItem menuItem)
          Appends a menu item to the end of this menu.
 JMenuItem JPopupMenu.add(JMenuItem menuItem)
          Appends the specified menu item to the end of this menu.
protected  PropertyChangeListener JMenu.createActionChangeListener(JMenuItem b)
          Returns a properly configured PropertyChangeListener which updates the control as changes to the Action occur.
protected  PropertyChangeListener JPopupMenu.createActionChangeListener(JMenuItem b)
          Returns a properly configured PropertyChangeListener which updates the control as changes to the Action occur.
 JMenuItem JMenu.insert(JMenuItem mi, int pos)
          Inserts the specified JMenuitem at a given position.
 void JMenu.remove(JMenuItem item)
          Removes the specified menu item from this menu.
 

Uses of JMenuItem in javax.swing.plaf.basic
 

Fields in javax.swing.plaf.basic declared as JMenuItem
protected  JMenuItem BasicMenuItemUI.menuItem
           
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic with parameters of type JMenuItem
protected  void BasicMenuItemUI.installComponents(JMenuItem menuItem)
           
protected  void BasicMenuItemUI.paintBackground(Graphics g, JMenuItem menuItem, Color bgColor)
          Draws the background of the menu item.
protected  void BasicMenuItemUI.paintText(Graphics g, JMenuItem menuItem, Rectangle textRect, String text)
          Renders the text of the current menu item.
 void BasicRadioButtonMenuItemUI.processMouseEvent(JMenuItem item, MouseEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
           
 void BasicCheckBoxMenuItemUI.processMouseEvent(JMenuItem item, MouseEvent e, MenuElement[] path, MenuSelectionManager manager)
           
protected  void BasicMenuItemUI.uninstallComponents(JMenuItem menuItem)
           
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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