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class:MetalComboBoxButton [NONE]

field:comboBox [NONE]

  • comboBox

    protected JComboBox<Object> comboBox
    The instance of JComboBox.

field:listBox [NONE]

  • listBox

    protected JList<Object> listBox
    The instance of JList.

field:rendererPane [NONE]

  • rendererPane

    protected CellRendererPane rendererPane
    The instance of CellRendererPane.

field:comboIcon [NONE]

  • comboIcon

    protected Icon comboIcon
    The icon.

field:iconOnly [NONE]

  • iconOnly

    protected boolean iconOnly
    The iconOnly value.

constructor:<init>(javax.swing.JComboBox,javax.swing.Icon,javax.swing.CellRendererPane,javax.swing.JList) [NONE]

  • MetalComboBoxButton

    public MetalComboBoxButton​(JComboBox<Object> cb,
                               Icon i,
                               CellRendererPane pane,
                               JList<Object> list)
    Constructs a new instance of MetalComboBoxButton.
    Parameters:
    cb - an instance of JComboBox
    i - an icon
    pane - an instance of CellRendererPane
    list - an instance of JList

constructor:<init>(javax.swing.JComboBox,javax.swing.Icon,boolean,javax.swing.CellRendererPane,javax.swing.JList) [NONE]

  • MetalComboBoxButton

    public MetalComboBoxButton​(JComboBox<Object> cb,
                               Icon i,
                               boolean onlyIcon,
                               CellRendererPane pane,
                               JList<Object> list)
    Constructs a new instance of MetalComboBoxButton.
    Parameters:
    cb - an instance of JComboBox
    i - an icon
    onlyIcon - if true only icon is painted
    pane - an instance of CellRendererPane
    list - an instance of JList

method:getComboBox() [NONE]

  • getComboBox

    public final JComboBox<Object> getComboBox()
    Returns the JComboBox.
    Returns:
    the JComboBox

method:setComboBox(javax.swing.JComboBox) [NONE]

  • setComboBox

    public final void setComboBox​(JComboBox<Object> cb)
    Sets the JComboBox.
    Parameters:
    cb - the JComboBox

method:getComboIcon() [NONE]

  • getComboIcon

    public final Icon getComboIcon()
    Returns the icon of the JComboBox.
    Returns:
    the icon of the JComboBox

method:setComboIcon(javax.swing.Icon) [NONE]

  • setComboIcon

    public final void setComboIcon​(Icon i)
    Sets the icon of the JComboBox.
    Parameters:
    i - the icon of the JComboBox

method:isIconOnly() [NONE]

  • isIconOnly

    public final boolean isIconOnly()
    Returns the isIconOnly value.
    Returns:
    the isIconOnly value

method:setIconOnly(boolean) [NONE]

  • setIconOnly

    public final void setIconOnly​(boolean isIconOnly)
    If isIconOnly is true then only icon is painted.
    Parameters:
    isIconOnly - if true then only icon is painted

method:isFocusTraversable() [NONE]

method:setEnabled(boolean) [NONE]

method:paintComponent(java.awt.Graphics) [NONE]

  • paintComponent

    public void paintComponent​(Graphics g)
    Description copied from class: JComponent
    Calls the UI delegate's paint method, if the UI delegate is non-null. We pass the delegate a copy of the Graphics object to protect the rest of the paint code from irrevocable changes (for example, Graphics.translate).

    If you override this in a subclass you should not make permanent changes to the passed in Graphics. For example, you should not alter the clip Rectangle or modify the transform. If you need to do these operations you may find it easier to create a new Graphics from the passed in Graphics and manipulate it. Further, if you do not invoke super's implementation you must honor the opaque property, that is if this component is opaque, you must completely fill in the background in an opaque color. If you do not honor the opaque property you will likely see visual artifacts.

    The passed in Graphics object might have a transform other than the identify transform installed on it. In this case, you might get unexpected results if you cumulatively apply another transform.

    Overrides:
    paintComponent in class JComponent
    Parameters:
    g - the Graphics object to protect
    See Also:
    JComponent.paint(java.awt.Graphics), ComponentUI

method:getMinimumSize() [NONE]

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