Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class

Packages that use LayoutStyle
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.metal Provides user interface objects built according to the Java look and feel (once codenamed Metal), which is the default look and feel. 

Uses of LayoutStyle in javax.swing

Methods in javax.swing that return LayoutStyle
static LayoutStyle LayoutStyle.getInstance()
          Returns the shared instance of LayoutStyle.
 LayoutStyle GroupLayout.getLayoutStyle()
          Returns the LayoutStyle used for calculating the preferred gap between components.
 LayoutStyle LookAndFeel.getLayoutStyle()
          Returns the LayoutStyle for this look and feel.

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type LayoutStyle
static void LayoutStyle.setInstance(LayoutStyle style)
          Sets the shared instance of LayoutStyle.
 void GroupLayout.setLayoutStyle(LayoutStyle layoutStyle)
          Sets the LayoutStyle used to calculate the preferred gaps between components.

Uses of LayoutStyle in javax.swing.plaf.metal

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.metal that return LayoutStyle
 LayoutStyle MetalLookAndFeel.getLayoutStyle()
          Returns a LayoutStyle implementing the Java look and feel design guidelines as specified at

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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