Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.swing.plaf.synth
Interface SynthConstants


public interface SynthConstants

Constants used by Synth. Not all Components support all states. A Component will at least be in one of the primary states. That is, the return value from SynthContext.getComponentState() will at least be one of ENABLED, MOUSE_OVER, PRESSED or DISABLED, and may also contain FOCUSED, SELECTED or DEFAULT.

Since:
1.5

Field Summary
static int DEFAULT
          Indicates the region is the default.
static int DISABLED
          Primary state indicating the region is not enabled.
static int ENABLED
          Primary state indicating the component is enabled.
static int FOCUSED
          Indicates the region has focus.
static int MOUSE_OVER
          Primary state indicating the mouse is over the region.
static int PRESSED
          Primary state indicating the region is in a pressed state.
static int SELECTED
          Indicates the region is selected.
 

Field Detail

ENABLED

static final int ENABLED
Primary state indicating the component is enabled.

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MOUSE_OVER

static final int MOUSE_OVER
Primary state indicating the mouse is over the region.

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PRESSED

static final int PRESSED
Primary state indicating the region is in a pressed state. Pressed does not necessarily mean the user has pressed the mouse button.

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DISABLED

static final int DISABLED
Primary state indicating the region is not enabled.

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FOCUSED

static final int FOCUSED
Indicates the region has focus.

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SELECTED

static final int SELECTED
Indicates the region is selected.

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DEFAULT

static final int DEFAULT
Indicates the region is the default. This is typically used for buttons to indicate this button is somehow special.

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Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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