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class:DefaultMetalTheme [NONE]

  • Direct Known Subclasses:
    OceanTheme

    public class DefaultMetalTheme
    extends MetalTheme
    
    A concrete implementation of MetalTheme providing the original look of the Java Look and Feel, code-named "Steel". Refer to MetalLookAndFeel.setCurrentTheme(javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalTheme) for details on changing the default theme.

    All colors returned by DefaultMetalTheme are completely opaque.

    Font Style

    DefaultMetalTheme uses bold fonts for many controls. To make all controls (with the exception of the internal frame title bars and client decorated frame title bars) use plain fonts you can do either of the following:
    • Set the system property swing.boldMetal to false. For example, java -Dswing.boldMetal=false MyApp.
    • Set the defaults property swing.boldMetal to Boolean.FALSE. For example: UIManager.put("swing.boldMetal", Boolean.FALSE);
    The defaults property swing.boldMetal, if set, takes precedence over the system property of the same name. After setting this defaults property you need to re-install MetalLookAndFeel, as well as update the UI of any previously created widgets. Otherwise the results are undefined. The following illustrates how to do this:
       // turn off bold fonts
       UIManager.put("swing.boldMetal", Boolean.FALSE);
    
       // re-install the Metal Look and Feel
       UIManager.setLookAndFeel(new MetalLookAndFeel());
    
       // Update the ComponentUIs for all Components. This
       // needs to be invoked for all windows.
       SwingUtilities.updateComponentTreeUI(rootComponent);
     

    Warning: Serialized objects of this class will not be compatible with future Swing releases. The current serialization support is appropriate for short term storage or RMI between applications running the same version of Swing. As of 1.4, support for long term storage of all JavaBeans™ has been added to the java.beans package. Please see XMLEncoder.

    See Also:
    MetalLookAndFeel, MetalLookAndFeel.setCurrentTheme(javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalTheme)

constructor:<init>() [NONE]

  • DefaultMetalTheme

    public DefaultMetalTheme()
    Creates and returns an instance of DefaultMetalTheme.

method:getName() [NONE]

  • getName

    public String getName()
    Returns the name of this theme. This returns "Steel".
    Specified by:
    getName in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the name of this theme.

method:getPrimary1() [NONE]

  • getPrimary1

    protected ColorUIResource getPrimary1()
    Returns the primary 1 color. This returns a color with rgb values of 102, 102, and 153, respectively.
    Specified by:
    getPrimary1 in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the primary 1 color

method:getPrimary2() [NONE]

  • getPrimary2

    protected ColorUIResource getPrimary2()
    Returns the primary 2 color. This returns a color with rgb values of 153, 153, 204, respectively.
    Specified by:
    getPrimary2 in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the primary 2 color

method:getPrimary3() [NONE]

  • getPrimary3

    protected ColorUIResource getPrimary3()
    Returns the primary 3 color. This returns a color with rgb values 204, 204, 255, respectively.
    Specified by:
    getPrimary3 in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the primary 3 color

method:getSecondary1() [NONE]

  • getSecondary1

    protected ColorUIResource getSecondary1()
    Returns the secondary 1 color. This returns a color with rgb values 102, 102, and 102, respectively.
    Specified by:
    getSecondary1 in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the secondary 1 color

method:getSecondary2() [NONE]

  • getSecondary2

    protected ColorUIResource getSecondary2()
    Returns the secondary 2 color. This returns a color with rgb values 153, 153, and 153, respectively.
    Specified by:
    getSecondary2 in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the secondary 2 color

method:getSecondary3() [NONE]

  • getSecondary3

    protected ColorUIResource getSecondary3()
    Returns the secondary 3 color. This returns a color with rgb values 204, 204, and 204, respectively.
    Specified by:
    getSecondary3 in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the secondary 3 color

method:getControlTextFont() [NONE]

  • getControlTextFont

    public FontUIResource getControlTextFont()
    Returns the control text font. This returns Dialog, 12pt. If plain fonts have been enabled as described in font style , the font style is plain. Otherwise the font style is bold.
    Specified by:
    getControlTextFont in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the control text font

method:getSystemTextFont() [NONE]

  • getSystemTextFont

    public FontUIResource getSystemTextFont()
    Returns the system text font. This returns Dialog, 12pt, plain.
    Specified by:
    getSystemTextFont in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the system text font

method:getUserTextFont() [NONE]

  • getUserTextFont

    public FontUIResource getUserTextFont()
    Returns the user text font. This returns Dialog, 12pt, plain.
    Specified by:
    getUserTextFont in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the user text font

method:getMenuTextFont() [NONE]

  • getMenuTextFont

    public FontUIResource getMenuTextFont()
    Returns the menu text font. This returns Dialog, 12pt. If plain fonts have been enabled as described in font style , the font style is plain. Otherwise the font style is bold.
    Specified by:
    getMenuTextFont in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the menu text font

method:getWindowTitleFont() [NONE]

  • getWindowTitleFont

    public FontUIResource getWindowTitleFont()
    Returns the window title font. This returns Dialog, 12pt, bold.
    Specified by:
    getWindowTitleFont in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the window title font

method:getSubTextFont() [NONE]

  • getSubTextFont

    public FontUIResource getSubTextFont()
    Returns the sub-text font. This returns Dialog, 10pt, plain.
    Specified by:
    getSubTextFont in class MetalTheme
    Returns:
    the sub-text font

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