Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement

Packages that use LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
 

Uses of LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement in javax.swing
 

Methods in javax.swing that return LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement
static LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement.valueOf(String name)
          Returns the enum constant of this type with the specified name.
static LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement[] LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement.values()
          Returns an array containing the constants of this enum type, in the order they are declared.
 

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement
 GroupLayout.SequentialGroup GroupLayout.SequentialGroup.addPreferredGap(JComponent comp1, JComponent comp2, LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement type)
          Adds an element representing the preferred gap between two components.
 GroupLayout.SequentialGroup GroupLayout.SequentialGroup.addPreferredGap(JComponent comp1, JComponent comp2, LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement type, int pref, int max)
          Adds an element representing the preferred gap between two components.
 GroupLayout.SequentialGroup GroupLayout.SequentialGroup.addPreferredGap(LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement type)
          Adds an element representing the preferred gap between the nearest components.
 GroupLayout.SequentialGroup GroupLayout.SequentialGroup.addPreferredGap(LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement type, int pref, int max)
          Adds an element representing the preferred gap between the nearest components.
abstract  int LayoutStyle.getPreferredGap(JComponent component1, JComponent component2, LayoutStyle.ComponentPlacement type, int position, Container parent)
          Returns the amount of space to use between two components.
 


Java™ Platform
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