Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.JSplitPane

Packages that use JSplitPane
javax.swing.plaf Provides one interface and many abstract classes that Swing uses to provide its pluggable look-and-feel capabilities. 
javax.swing.plaf.basic Provides user interface objects built according to the Basic look and feel. 
javax.swing.plaf.multi Provides user interface objects that combine two or more look and feels. 
 

Uses of JSplitPane in javax.swing.plaf
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf with parameters of type JSplitPane
abstract  void SplitPaneUI.finishedPaintingChildren(JSplitPane jc, Graphics g)
          Messaged after the JSplitPane the receiver is providing the look and feel for paints its children.
abstract  int SplitPaneUI.getDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc)
          Returns the location of the divider.
abstract  int SplitPaneUI.getMaximumDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc)
          Returns the maximum possible location of the divider.
abstract  int SplitPaneUI.getMinimumDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc)
          Returns the minimum possible location of the divider.
abstract  void SplitPaneUI.resetToPreferredSizes(JSplitPane jc)
          Messaged to relayout the JSplitPane based on the preferred size of the children components.
abstract  void SplitPaneUI.setDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc, int location)
          Sets the location of the divider to location.
 

Uses of JSplitPane in javax.swing.plaf.basic
 

Fields in javax.swing.plaf.basic declared as JSplitPane
protected  JSplitPane BasicSplitPaneUI.splitPane
          JSplitPane instance this instance is providing the look and feel for.
protected  JSplitPane BasicSplitPaneDivider.splitPane
          JSplitPane the receiver is contained in.
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic that return JSplitPane
 JSplitPane BasicSplitPaneUI.getSplitPane()
          Returns the splitpane this instance is currently contained in.
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic with parameters of type JSplitPane
 void BasicSplitPaneUI.finishedPaintingChildren(JSplitPane jc, Graphics g)
          Messaged after the JSplitPane the receiver is providing the look and feel for paints its children.
 int BasicSplitPaneUI.getDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc)
          Returns the location of the divider, which may differ from what the splitpane thinks the location of the divider is.
 int BasicSplitPaneUI.getMaximumDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc)
          Gets the maximum location of the divider.
 int BasicSplitPaneUI.getMinimumDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc)
          Gets the minimum location of the divider.
 void BasicSplitPaneUI.resetToPreferredSizes(JSplitPane jc)
          Messaged to reset the preferred sizes.
 void BasicSplitPaneUI.setDividerLocation(JSplitPane jc, int location)
          Sets the location of the divider to location.
 

Uses of JSplitPane in javax.swing.plaf.multi
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.multi with parameters of type JSplitPane
 void MultiSplitPaneUI.finishedPaintingChildren(JSplitPane a, Graphics b)
          Invokes the finishedPaintingChildren method on each UI handled by this object.
 int MultiSplitPaneUI.getDividerLocation(JSplitPane a)
          Invokes the getDividerLocation method on each UI handled by this object.
 int MultiSplitPaneUI.getMaximumDividerLocation(JSplitPane a)
          Invokes the getMaximumDividerLocation method on each UI handled by this object.
 int MultiSplitPaneUI.getMinimumDividerLocation(JSplitPane a)
          Invokes the getMinimumDividerLocation method on each UI handled by this object.
 void MultiSplitPaneUI.resetToPreferredSizes(JSplitPane a)
          Invokes the resetToPreferredSizes method on each UI handled by this object.
 void MultiSplitPaneUI.setDividerLocation(JSplitPane a, int b)
          Invokes the setDividerLocation method on each UI handled by this object.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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