Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Package 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.

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DefaultMetalTheme A concrete implementation of MetalTheme providing the original look of the Java Look and Feel, code-named "Steel".
MetalBorders Factory object that can vend Borders appropriate for the metal L & F.
MetalBorders.ButtonBorder  
MetalBorders.Flush3DBorder  
MetalBorders.InternalFrameBorder  
MetalBorders.MenuBarBorder  
MetalBorders.MenuItemBorder  
MetalBorders.OptionDialogBorder  
MetalBorders.PaletteBorder Border for a Palette.
MetalBorders.PopupMenuBorder  
MetalBorders.RolloverButtonBorder  
MetalBorders.ScrollPaneBorder  
MetalBorders.TableHeaderBorder Border for a Table Header
MetalBorders.TextFieldBorder  
MetalBorders.ToggleButtonBorder  
MetalBorders.ToolBarBorder  
MetalButtonUI MetalButtonUI implementation
MetalCheckBoxIcon CheckboxIcon implementation for OrganicCheckBoxUI
MetalCheckBoxUI CheckboxUI implementation for MetalCheckboxUI
MetalComboBoxButton JButton subclass to help out MetalComboBoxUI
MetalComboBoxEditor The default editor for Metal editable combo boxes
MetalComboBoxEditor.UIResource A subclass of BasicComboBoxEditor that implements UIResource.
MetalComboBoxIcon This utility class draws the horizontal bars which indicate a MetalComboBox
MetalComboBoxUI Metal UI for JComboBox
MetalDesktopIconUI Metal desktop icon.
MetalFileChooserUI Metal L&F implementation of a FileChooser.
MetalIconFactory Factory object that vends Icons for the JavaTM look and feel (Metal).
MetalIconFactory.FileIcon16 Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases.
MetalIconFactory.FolderIcon16 Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases.
MetalIconFactory.PaletteCloseIcon Defines an icon for Palette close
MetalIconFactory.TreeControlIcon Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases.
MetalIconFactory.TreeFolderIcon Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases.
MetalIconFactory.TreeLeafIcon  
MetalInternalFrameTitlePane Class that manages a JLF title bar
MetalInternalFrameUI Metal implementation of JInternalFrame.
MetalLabelUI A Windows L&F implementation of LabelUI.
MetalLookAndFeel The Java Look and Feel, otherwise known as Metal.
MetalMenuBarUI Metal implementation of MenuBarUI.
MetalPopupMenuSeparatorUI A Metal L&F implementation of PopupMenuSeparatorUI.
MetalProgressBarUI The Metal implementation of ProgressBarUI.
MetalRadioButtonUI RadioButtonUI implementation for MetalRadioButtonUI
MetalRootPaneUI Provides the metal look and feel implementation of RootPaneUI.
MetalScrollBarUI Implementation of ScrollBarUI for the Metal Look and Feel
MetalScrollButton JButton object for Metal scrollbar arrows.
MetalScrollPaneUI A Metal L&F implementation of ScrollPaneUI.
MetalSeparatorUI A Metal L&F implementation of SeparatorUI.
MetalSliderUI A Java L&F implementation of SliderUI.
MetalSplitPaneUI Metal split pane.
MetalTabbedPaneUI The Metal subclass of BasicTabbedPaneUI.
MetalTextFieldUI Basis of a look and feel for a JTextField.
MetalTheme MetalTheme provides the color palette and fonts used by the Java Look and Feel.
MetalToggleButtonUI MetalToggleButton implementation
MetalToolBarUI A Metal Look and Feel implementation of ToolBarUI.
MetalToolTipUI A Metal L&F extension of BasicToolTipUI.
MetalTreeUI The metal look and feel implementation of TreeUI.
OceanTheme The default theme for the MetalLookAndFeel.
 

Package javax.swing.plaf.metal Description

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

These classes are designed to be used while the corresponding LookAndFeel class has been installed (UIManager.setLookAndFeel(new XXXLookAndFeel())). Using them while a different LookAndFeel is installed may produce unexpected results, including exceptions. Additionally, changing the LookAndFeel maintained by the UIManager without updating the corresponding ComponentUI of any JComponents may also produce unexpected results, such as the wrong colors showing up, and is generally not encouraged.

Note: Most of the Swing API is not thread safe. For details, see Threads and Swing, a section in The Java Tutorial.

Since:
1.2

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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