Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.UIDefaults

Packages that use UIDefaults
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. 
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. 
javax.swing.plaf.multi Provides user interface objects that combine two or more look and feels. 
javax.swing.plaf.synth Synth is a skinnable look and feel in which all painting is delegated. 
 

Uses of UIDefaults in javax.swing
 

Methods in javax.swing that return UIDefaults
 UIDefaults LookAndFeel.getDefaults()
          Returns the look and feel defaults.
static UIDefaults UIManager.getDefaults()
          Returns the defaults.
static UIDefaults UIManager.getLookAndFeelDefaults()
          Returns the UIDefaults from the current look and feel, that were obtained at the time the look and feel was installed.
 

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type UIDefaults
 Object UIDefaults.LazyValue.createValue(UIDefaults table)
          Creates the actual value retrieved from the UIDefaults table.
 Object UIDefaults.ActiveValue.createValue(UIDefaults table)
          Creates the value retrieved from the UIDefaults table.
 Object UIDefaults.ProxyLazyValue.createValue(UIDefaults table)
          Creates the value retrieved from the UIDefaults table.
 Object UIDefaults.LazyInputMap.createValue(UIDefaults table)
          Creates an InputMap with the bindings that are passed in.
 

Uses of UIDefaults in javax.swing.plaf.basic
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic that return UIDefaults
 UIDefaults BasicLookAndFeel.getDefaults()
          Returns the look and feel defaults.
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.basic with parameters of type UIDefaults
protected  void BasicLookAndFeel.initClassDefaults(UIDefaults table)
          Populates table with mappings from uiClassID to the fully qualified name of the ui class.
protected  void BasicLookAndFeel.initComponentDefaults(UIDefaults table)
          Populates table with the defaults for the basic look and feel.
protected  void BasicLookAndFeel.initSystemColorDefaults(UIDefaults table)
          Populates table with system colors.
protected  void BasicLookAndFeel.loadSystemColors(UIDefaults table, String[] systemColors, boolean useNative)
          Populates table with the name-color pairs in systemColors.
 

Uses of UIDefaults in javax.swing.plaf.metal
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.metal that return UIDefaults
 UIDefaults MetalLookAndFeel.getDefaults()
          Returns the look and feel defaults.
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.metal with parameters of type UIDefaults
 void OceanTheme.addCustomEntriesToTable(UIDefaults table)
          Add this theme's custom entries to the defaults table.
 void MetalTheme.addCustomEntriesToTable(UIDefaults table)
          Adds values specific to this theme to the defaults table.
protected  void MetalLookAndFeel.initClassDefaults(UIDefaults table)
          Populates table with mappings from uiClassID to the fully qualified name of the ui class.
protected  void MetalLookAndFeel.initComponentDefaults(UIDefaults table)
          Populates table with the defaults for metal.
protected  void MetalLookAndFeel.initSystemColorDefaults(UIDefaults table)
          Populates table with system colors.
 

Uses of UIDefaults in javax.swing.plaf.multi
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.multi that return UIDefaults
 UIDefaults MultiLookAndFeel.getDefaults()
          Creates, initializes, and returns the look and feel specific defaults.
 

Uses of UIDefaults in javax.swing.plaf.synth
 

Methods in javax.swing.plaf.synth that return UIDefaults
 UIDefaults SynthLookAndFeel.getDefaults()
          Returns the defaults for this SynthLookAndFeel.
 


Java™ Platform
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