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  33 <h3>Component Specific Properties</h3>
  34 <p> The look, and to some degree the feel of Synth
  35   can be customized by way of component specific properties.
  36   These properties are accessed from <a
  37       href="../SynthStyle.html">SynthStyle#get</a>. Refer to <a
  38       href="synthFileFormat.html#e.property">synth file format</a> for examples
  39   of how to specify these properties in a synth configuration file.</p>
  40 <p>
  41       This file specifies the expected class type each of the values
  42       are to take. The behavior of supplying the wrong type is
  43       unspecified: typically a <code>ClassCastException</code> is
  44       thrown, but it is implementation specific.
  45     </p>
  46 <h4>ArrowButton</h4>
  47 <p> ArrowButton is a special type of JButton that renders an arrow.
  48 ArrowButton is typically not created directly, rather some of the
  49 Components will create it       to render a button with an arrow. The
  50       components that make       use of ArrowButton       are:
  51 JComboBox, JScrollBar and JSplitPane (for the buttons on the divider).
  52 In       addition to the <a
  53  href="#buttonProperties">Button     properties</a>, ArrowButton supports
  54 the following properties: </p>
  55 <h5>ArrowButton Specific Properties</h5>
  56 <table border="1" summary="ArrowButton specific properties">
  57   <thead><tr>
  58     <th>Property</th>
  59     <th>Expected Type</th>
  60     <th>Default Value</th>
  61     <th>Description </th>
  62   </tr>
  63   </thead> <tbody>
  64     <tr>
  65       <td>ArrowButton.size</td>
  66       <td>Integer</td>
  67       <td>16       </td>
  68       <td>Preferred size of the arrow button. </td>
  69     </tr>
  70   </tbody>
  71 </table>
  72 <br>
  73 <h4><a id="JButton">JButton</a></h4>
  74 <p> JButton paints text using the TEXT_FOREGROUND ColorType. In addition
  75 to the <a href="#buttonProperties">Button         properties</a>, JButton
  76 supports the following property: </p>
  77 <h5>JButton Specific Properties</h5>
  78 <table border="1" summary="JButton specific properties">
  79   <thead><tr>
  80     <th>Property</th>
  81     <th>Expected Type</th>
  82     <th>Default Value</th>
  83     <th>Description </th>
  84   </tr>
  85   </thead> <tbody>
  86         <tr>
  87       <td>Button.defaultButtonFollowsFocus</td>
  88       <td>Boolean</td>
  89       <td>true     </td>
  90       <td>Whether or not the          default JButton should change to the
  91 button that is      receiving focus. </td>
  92     </tr>
  93   </tbody>
  94 </table>
  95 <br>
  96 <h4><a id="JCheckBox">JCheckBox</a></h4>
  97 <p> JCheckBox paints text using the TEXT_FOREGROUND ColorType. In
  98 addition to the <a href="#buttonProperties">Button        properties</a>,
  99 JCheckBox supports the following property: </p>
 100 <h5>JCheckBox Specific Properties</h5>
 101 <table border="1" summary="JCheckBox specific properties">
 102   <thead><tr>
 103     <th>Property</th>
 104     <th>Expected Type</th>
 105     <th>Default Value</th>
 106     <th>Description </th>
 107   </tr>
 108   </thead> <tbody>
 109         <tr>
 110       <td>CheckBox.icon</td>
 111       <td>Icon</td>
 112       <td>null     </td>
 113       <td>Icon used to render the check. </td>
 114     </tr>
 115   </tbody>
 116 </table>
 117 <br>
 118 <h4><a id="JComboBox">JComboBox</a></h4>
 119 <p> JComboBox is a composite component that consists of the following
 120 child Components: </p>
 121 <table border="1" summary="JComboBox child components">
 122   <thead><tr>
 123     <th>Name</th>
 124     <th>Type</th>
 125     <th>Description </th>
 126   </tr>
 127   </thead> <tbody>
 128         <tr>
 129       <td>ComboBox.arrowButton</td>
 130       <td>SynthArrowButton         </td>
 131       <td>Renders the drop down indicator.        </td>
 132     </tr>
 133     <tr>
 134       <td>ComboBox.list</td>
 135       <td>JList    </td>
 136       <td>JList used to render the values.        </td>
 137     </tr>
 138     <tr>
 139       <td>ComboBox.listRenderer</td>
 140       <td>Component        </td>
 141       <td>The renderer used for the JComboBox's JList.    </td>
 142     </tr>
 143     <tr>
 144       <td>ComboBox.popup</td>
 145       <td>JPopupMenu       </td>
 146       <td>JPopupMenu used to show the ComboBox.list of the JComboBox.     </td>
 147     </tr>
 148     <tr>
 149       <td>ComboBox.renderer</td>
 150       <td>Component        </td>
 151       <td>The renderer used for the JComboBox. This is ONLY set if
 152 the renderer is a UIResource.   </td>
 153     </tr>
 154     <tr>
 155       <td>ComboBox.scrollPane</td>
 156       <td>JScrollPane      </td>
 157       <td>JScrollPane containing the JList.       </td>
 158     </tr>
 159     <tr>
 160       <td>ComboBox.textField</td>
 161       <td>JTextField       </td>
 162       <td>The editor. </td>
 163     </tr>
 164   </tbody>
 165 </table>
 166 
 167 <h5>JComboBox Specific Properties</h5>
 168 <table border="1" summary="JComboBox specific properties">
 169   <thead><tr>
 170     <th>Property</th>
 171     <th>Expected Type</th>
 172     <th>Default Value</th>
 173     <th>Description </th>
 174   </tr>
 175   </thead> <tbody>
 176     <tr>
 177       <td>ComboBox.showPopupOnNavigation</td>
 178       <td>Boolean</td>
 179       <td>false    </td>
 180       <td>Whether or not the JPopupMenu should appear when         navigating
 181 with the keyboard. </td>
 182     </tr>
 183   </tbody>
 184 </table>
 185 <br>
 186 <h4>JFileChooser</h4>
 187 <h5>JFileChooser Specific Properties</h5>
 188 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="JFileChooser specific properties"
 189  style="width: 100%; text-align: left;">
 190   <tbody>
 191     <tr>
 192       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property</th>
 193       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
 194       </th>
 195       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Default Value<br>
 196       </th>
 197       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description</th>
 198     </tr>
 199     <tr>
 200       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.cancelIcon<br>
 201       </td>
 202       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 203       </td>
 204       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 205       </td>
 206       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon displayed on cancel button
 207 of the file chooser.<br>
 208       </td>
 209     </tr>
 210     <tr>
 211       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.okIcon<br>
 212       </td>
 213       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 214       </td>
 215       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 216       </td>
 217       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon displayed on the ok button
 218 of the file chooser.<br>
 219       </td>
 220     </tr>
 221     <tr>
 222       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileView.directoryIcon<br>
 223       </td>
 224       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 225       </td>
 226       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 227       </td>
 228       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used for directories.
 229       </td>
 230     </tr>
 231     <tr>
 232       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileView.fileIcon<br>
 233       </td>
 234       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 235       </td>
 236       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 237       </td>
 238       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used for files.
 239       </td>
 240     </tr>
 241     <tr>
 242       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileView.computerIcon<br>
 243       </td>
 244       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 245       </td>
 246       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 247       </td>
 248       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used for directories that
 249             represent the computer.  Not all platforms will make use
 250             of this icon.
 251       </td>
 252     </tr>
 253     <tr>
 254       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileView.hardDriveIcon<br>
 255       </td>
 256       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 257       </td>
 258       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 259       </td>
 260       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used to represent the root
 261             of a hard drive.  For example, on Windows this would be
 262             used when viewing the C drive.
 263       </td>
 264     </tr>
 265     <tr>
 266       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileView.floppyDriveIcon<br>
 267       </td>
 268       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 269       </td>
 270       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 271       </td>
 272       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used to represent a floppy
 273           disk.
 274       </td>
 275     </tr>
 276     <tr>
 277       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.newFolderIcon<br>
 278       </td>
 279       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 280       </td>
 281       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 282       </td>
 283       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used by the button that creates a new
 284           folder.
 285       </td>
 286     </tr>
 287     <tr>
 288       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.upFolderIcon<br>
 289       </td>
 290       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 291       </td>
 292       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 293       </td>
 294       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used by the button that navigates to the
 295           parent folder.
 296       </td>
 297     </tr>
 298     <tr>
 299       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.homeFolderIcon<br>
 300       </td>
 301       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 302       </td>
 303       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 304       </td>
 305       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used by the button that navigates to the
 306           current user's home directory.
 307       </td>
 308     </tr>
 309     <tr>
 310       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.detailsViewIcon<br>
 311       </td>
 312       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 313       </td>
 314       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 315       </td>
 316       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used by the button that toggles the
 317           detailed files list view.
 318       </td>
 319     </tr>
 320     <tr>
 321       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.listViewIcon<br>
 322       </td>
 323       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 324       </td>
 325       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 326       </td>
 327       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used by the button that toggles the
 328           regular files list view, showing only an icon and the name of each
 329           file and directory.
 330       </td>
 331     </tr>
 332     <tr>
 333       <td style="vertical-align: top;">FileChooser.viewMenuIcon<br>
 334       </td>
 335       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon<br>
 336       </td>
 337       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 338       </td>
 339       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon used by the button that shows popup menu
 340           for selection of a view mode.
 341       </td>
 342     </tr>
 343   </tbody>
 344 </table>
 345 <br>
 346 <h4><a id="JInternalFrame"></a>JInternalFrame</h4>
 347 <h5>JInternalFrame Specific Properties</h5>
 348 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="JInternalFrame specific properties"
 349  style="text-align: left; width: 100%;">
 350   <tbody>
 351     <tr>
 352       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property<br>
 353       </th>
 354       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
 355       </th>
 356       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">DefaultValue<br>
 357       </th>
 358       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description<br>
 359       </th>
 360     </tr>
 361     <tr>
 362       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrame.icon<br>
 363       </td>
 364       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon</td>
 365       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 366       </td>
 367       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon drawn representing the
 368 system<br>
 369 icon of the internal frame.&nbsp; If pressed<br>
 370 the system menu will be shown.<br>
 371       </td>
 372     </tr>
 373   </tbody>
 374 </table>
 375 <br>
 376 <h4><a id="JInternalFrameTitlePane"></a>JInternalFrameTitlePane</h4>
 377 <p>JInternalFrameTitlePane is the control bar located at the top of the
 378 internal frame similar to that found in a frame.<br>
 379 </p>
 380 <h5>JInternalFrameTitlePane Specific Properties</h5>
 381 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="JInternalFrameTitlePane specific properties"
 382  style="text-align: left; width: 100%;">
 383   <tbody>
 384     <tr>
 385       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property<br>
 386       </th>
 387       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
 388       </th>
 389       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Default Value<br>
 390       </th>
 391       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description<br>
 392       </th>
 393     </tr>
 394     <tr>
 395       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.maximizeIcon<br>
 396       </td>
 397       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon</td>
 398       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 399       </td>
 400       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon drawn to indicate the
 401 ability to maximize the internal frame.<br>
 402       </td>
 403     </tr>
 404     <tr>
 405       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.minimizeIcon<br>
 406       </td>
 407       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon</td>
 408       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 409       </td>
 410       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon drawn to indicate the
 411 ability to restore the internal frame back to its previous state.<br>
 412       </td>
 413     </tr>
 414     <tr>
 415       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.iconifyIcon<br>
 416       </td>
 417       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon</td>
 418       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 419       </td>
 420       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon drawn to indicate the
 421 ability to minimize the internal frame.<br>
 422       </td>
 423     </tr>
 424     <tr>
 425       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.closeIcon<br>
 426       </td>
 427       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon</td>
 428       <td style="vertical-align: top;">null<br>
 429       </td>
 430       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Icon drawn to indicate the
 431 abililty to close the internal frame.
 432       </td>
 433     </tr>
 434     <tr>
 435       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.titleSpacing<br>
 436       </td>
 437       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer</td>
 438       <td style="vertical-align: top;">2</td>
 439       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Space between the
 440             buttons on the title pane and the title.
 441       </td>
 442     </tr>
 443     <tr>
 444       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.buttonSpacing<br>
 445       </td>
 446       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer</td>
 447       <td style="vertical-align: top;">2</td>
 448       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Space between the buttons on
 449             the title pane.
 450       </td>
 451     </tr>
 452     <tr>
 453       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.maxFrameIconSize<br>
 454       </td>
 455       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Dimension</td>
 456       <td style="vertical-align: top;">16x16</td>
 457       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Maximum size of the frame
 458             icon that will be rendered on the title pane.  If the icon
 459             is bigger than this size, it will be scaled down.
 460       </td>
 461     </tr>
 462     <tr>
 463       <td style="vertical-align: top;">InternalFrameTitlePane.titleAlignment<br>
 464       </td>
 465       <td style="vertical-align: top;">leading|trailing|center</td>
 466       <td style="vertical-align: top;">leading</td>
 467       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Alignment for the title.
 468             With a left to right component orientation leading is left
 469             and trailing right.  With a right to left component
 470             orientation leading is right and trailing left.
 471       </td>
 472     </tr>
 473   </tbody>
 474 </table>
 475 <br>
 476 <h4><a id="JList">JList</a></h4>
 477 <p> JList's sets the name of the renderer to List.renderer.       JList
 478 supports the following properties: </p>
 479 <h5>JList Specific Properties</h5>
 480 <table border="1" summary="JList specific properties">
 481   <thead><tr>
 482     <th>Property</th>
 483     <th>Expected Type</th>
 484     <th>Default Value</th>
 485     <th>Description </th>
 486   </tr>
 487   </thead> <tbody>
 488     <tr>
 489       <td>List.rendererUseListColors</td>
 490       <td>Boolean</td>
 491       <td>true     </td>
 492       <td>If true the renderers state is not updated, and the         text
 493 colors come from JList's getSelectionBackground and
 494 getSelectionForeground methods. If false, the renderer's            state is
 495 updated and the colors will instead come from the           Style.      </td>
 496     </tr>
 497     <tr>
 498       <td>List.rendererUseUIBorder</td>
 499       <td>Boolean</td>
 500       <td>true     </td>
 501       <td>If true setBorder on the renderer will succeed   regardless
 502 of the border passed in, otherwise setBorder on             the renderer will
 503 only succeed if it is a Synth Border.   </td>
 504     </tr>
 505     <tr>
 506       <td>List.cellHeight</td>
 507       <td>Integer</td>
 508       <td>-1       </td>
 509       <td>Cell height of the JList. Is this is -1,         <code>setFixedCellHeight</code>
 510 is not invoked. </td>
 511     </tr>
 512   </tbody>
 513 </table>
 514 <br>
 515 <h4><a id="menuProperties">Menu Properties</a></h4>
 516 <p> The Menu classes (JCheckBoxMenuItem, JMenu, JMenuItem, and
 517 JRadioButtonMenuItem) all support the same set of properties and behave
 518 similarly.       Each component consists of two Regions: the region
 519 specific to the       component and Region.MENU_ITEM_ACCELERATOR.
 520 MENU_ITEM_ACCELERATOR is used for painting the accelerator. Both Regions
 521 paint text using the TEXT_FOREGROUND ColorType. The following set of
 522 properties are supported: </p>
 523 <table border="1" summary="Menu classes common properties">
 524   <thead><tr>
 525     <th>Property</th>
 526     <th>Expected Type</th>
 527     <th>Default Value</th>
 528     <th>Description </th>
 529   </tr>
 530   </thead> <tbody>
 531         <tr>
 532       <td>prefix.acceleratorDelimiter</td>
 533       <td>String</td>
 534       <td>+        </td>
 535       <td>String separator between the description of the          modifiers
 536 and the key, for example <code>Ctrl        &lt;acceleratorDelimiter&gt; X</code>.
 537         </td>
 538     </tr>
 539     <tr>
 540       <td>prefix.arrowIcon</td>
 541       <td>Icon</td>
 542       <td>null     </td>
 543       <td>Icon drawn to the right of the text (or left when the
 544 ComponentOrientation is right to left) of the text. This            is
 545 typically only defined for JMenu.       </td>
 546     </tr>
 547     <tr>
 548       <td>prefix.checkIcon</td>
 549       <td>Icon</td>
 550       <td>null     </td>
 551       <td>Icon drawn to the left of the text (or right when the
 552 ComponentOrientation is right to left) of the text. This            is
 553 typically only defined for JCheckBoxMenuItem and         JRadioButtonMenuItem
 554 to provide the check or radio button.   </td>
 555     </tr>
 556     <tr>
 557       <td>prefix.margin</td>
 558       <td>Insets</td>
 559       <td>Empty Insets (0, 0, 0, 0)        </td>
 560       <td>Margin for the JMenuItem. Refer to the javadoc of
 561             <code>javax.swing.AbstractButton#setMargin(java.awt.Insets)</code> for details
 562 of how the margin is used.      </td>
 563     </tr>
 564     <tr>
 565       <td>prefix.textIconGap</td>
 566       <td>Integer</td>
 567       <td>4        </td>
 568       <td>Padding between the icon and text. Refer to the javadoc for
 569 <code>javax.swing.AbstractButton#setIconTextGap(int)</code> for details of how
 570 this is used. </td>
 571     </tr>
 572   </tbody>
 573 </table>
 574 <p> <code>Prefix</code> is one of: CheckBoxMenuItem, Menu, MenuItem, or
 575 RadioButtonMenuItem. </p>
 576 <p> JMenu also supports the following properties: </p>
 577 <table border="1" summary="JMenu specific properties">
 578   <thead><tr>
 579     <th>Property</th>
 580     <th>Expected Type</th>
 581     <th>Default Value</th>
 582     <th>Description </th>
 583   </tr>
 584   </thead> <tbody>
 585         <tr>
 586       <td>Menu.delay</td>
 587       <td>Integer</td>
 588       <td>200      </td>
 589       <td>Sets the delay before the menu appears.         </td>
 590     </tr>
 591     <tr>
 592       <td>Menu.shortcutKeys</td>
 593       <td>int[]</td>
 594       <td>KeyEvent.ALT_MASK        </td>
 595       <td>Array of the KeyEvent modifiers to use for shortcut keys. </td>
 596     </tr>
 597   </tbody>
 598 </table>
 599 <br>
 600 <h4><a id="JOptionPane">JOptionPane</a></h4>
 601 <p> JOptionPane is a composite component and may consist of numerous child
 602 components, they are: OptionPane.button, OptionPane.label,
 603 OptionPane.comboBox, OptionPane.scrollPane, OptionPane.list,
 604 OptionPane.textField, OptionPane.iconLabel. </p>
 605 <h5>JOptionPane Specific Properties</h5>
 606 <table border="1" summary="JOptionPane specific properties">
 607   <thead><tr>
 608     <th>Property</th>
 609     <th>Expected Type</th>
 610     <th>Default Value</th>
 611     <th>Description </th>
 612   </tr>
 613   </thead> <tbody>
 614         <tr>
 615       <td>OptionPane.buttonAreaBorder</td>
 616       <td>Border   </td>
 617       <td>null     </td>
 618       <td>Border around the button area.  </td>
 619     </tr>
 620     <tr>
 621       <td>OptionPane.buttonClickThreshhold</td>
 622       <td>Integer          </td>
 623       <td>0        </td>
 624       <td>Passed to the created buttons setMultiClickThreshhold.  </td>
 625     </tr>
 626     <tr>
 627       <td>OptionPane.buttonOrientation</td>
 628       <td>Integer          </td>
 629       <td>SwingConstants.CENTER    </td>
 630       <td>How the buttons should be layed out, one of
 631 SwingConstants.LEFT, SwingConstants.RIGHT or        SwingConstants.CENTER
 632 (this will be flipped when in a             right to left locale).      </td>
 633     </tr>
 634     <tr>
 635       <td>OptionPane.buttonPadding</td>
 636       <td>Integer          </td>
 637       <td>6        </td>
 638       <td>Amount of space between buttons.        </td>
 639     </tr>
 640     <tr>
 641       <td>OptionPane.cancelIcon</td>
 642       <td>Icon     </td>
 643       <td>null     </td>
 644       <td>Icon for the cancel button.     </td>
 645     </tr>
 646     <tr>
 647       <td>OptionPane.errorIcon</td>
 648       <td>Icon     </td>
 649       <td>null     </td>
 650       <td>Icon used for ERROR_MESSAGE.    </td>
 651     </tr>
 652     <tr>
 653       <td>OptionPane.informationIcon</td>
 654       <td>Icon     </td>
 655       <td>null     </td>
 656       <td>Icon used for INFORMATION_MESSAGE.      </td>
 657     </tr>
 658     <tr>
 659       <td>OptionPane.isYesLast</td>
 660       <td>Boolean          </td>
 661       <td>false    </td>
 662       <td>If true the 'yes' button leads other buttons,       otherwise
 663 it follows the other buttons.   </td>
 664     </tr>
 665     <tr>
 666       <td>OptionPane.questionIcon</td>
 667       <td>Icon     </td>
 668       <td>null     </td>
 669       <td>Icon used for error QUESTION_MESSAGE.   </td>
 670     </tr>
 671     <tr>
 672       <td>OptionPane.minimumSize</td>
 673       <td>Dimension        </td>
 674       <td>262x90</td>
 675       <td>Minimum size for the JOptionPane.       </td>
 676     </tr>
 677     <tr>
 678       <td>OptionPane.noIcon</td>
 679       <td>Icon     </td>
 680       <td>null     </td>
 681       <td>Icon for the no button.         </td>
 682     </tr>
 683     <tr>
 684       <td>OptionPane.okIcon</td>
 685       <td>Icon     </td>
 686       <td>null     </td>
 687       <td>Icon for the ok button.         </td>
 688     </tr>
 689     <tr>
 690       <td>OptionPane.sameSizeButtons</td>
 691       <td>Boolean          </td>
 692       <td>true     </td>
 693       <td>Whether or not all the buttons should be the same size.         </td>
 694     </tr>
 695     <tr>
 696       <td>OptionPane.separatorPadding</td>
 697       <td>Integer          </td>
 698       <td>6</td>
 699       <td>Amount of padding between the message area and   separator.     </td>
 700     </tr>
 701     <tr>
 702       <td>OptionPane.yesIcon</td>
 703       <td>Icon     </td>
 704       <td>null     </td>
 705       <td>Icon for the yes button.        </td>
 706     </tr>
 707     <tr>
 708       <td>OptionPane.warningIcon</td>
 709       <td>Icon     </td>
 710       <td>null     </td>
 711       <td>Icon used for error WARNING_MESSAGE     </td>
 712     </tr>
 713   </tbody>
 714 </table>
 715 <br>
 716 <h4><a id="JProgressBar"></a>JProgressBar<br>
 717 </h4>
 718 <h5>JProgressBar Specific Properties<br>
 719 </h5>
 720 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="JProgressBar specific properties"
 721  style="text-align: left; width: 100%;">
 722   <tbody>
 723     <tr>
 724       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property</th>
 725       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
 726       </th>
 727       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Default Value<br>
 728       </th>
 729       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description</th>
 730     </tr>
 731     <tr>
 732       <td style="vertical-align: top;">ProgressBar.repaintInterval<br>
 733       </td>
 734       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
 735       </td>
 736       <td style="vertical-align: top;">50<br>
 737       </td>
 738       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Number of milliseconds between
 739 repaints for indeterminate progress bars.<br>
 740       </td>
 741     </tr>
 742     <tr>
 743       <td style="vertical-align: top;">ProgressBar.cycleTime<br>
 744       </td>
 745       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
 746       </td>
 747       <td style="vertical-align: top;">3000<br>
 748       </td>
 749       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Number of milliseconds used to
 750 determine how far to move<br>
 751 the bouncing box per frame when the progress bar is indeterminate.<br>
 752       </td>
 753     </tr>
 754   </tbody>
 755 </table>
 756 <h4><a id="JRadioButton">JRadioButton</a></h4>
 757 <p> JRadioButton paints text using the TEXT_FOREGROUND ColorType. In
 758 addition to the <a href="#buttonProperties">Button        properties</a>,
 759 JRadioButton supports the following property: </p>
 760 <h5>JRadioButton Specific Properties</h5>
 761 <table border="1" summary="JRadioButton specific properties">
 762   <thead><tr>
 763     <th>Property</th>
 764     <th>Expected Type</th>
 765     <th>Default Value</th>
 766     <th>Description </th>
 767   </tr>
 768   </thead> <tbody>
 769         <tr>
 770       <td>RadioButton.icon</td>
 771       <td>Icon</td>
 772       <td>null     </td>
 773       <td>Icon used to render the radio indicator. </td>
 774     </tr>
 775   </tbody>
 776 </table>
 777 <br>
 778 <h4><a id="JScrollBar">JScrollBar</a></h4>
 779 <p> JScrollBar is a composite component that consists of the following
 780 child Components: </p>
 781 <table border="1" summary="JScrollBar child components">
 782   <thead><tr>
 783     <th>Name</th>
 784     <th>Type</th>
 785     <th>Description </th>
 786   </tr>
 787   </thead> <tbody>
 788         <tr>
 789       <td>ScrollBar.button</td>
 790       <td>SynthArrowButton         </td>
 791       <td>Identifies the increment/decrement buttons. </td>
 792     </tr>
 793   </tbody>
 794 </table>
 795 
 796 <h5>JScrollBar Specific Properties</h5>
 797 <table border="1" summary="JScrollBar specific properties">
 798   <thead><tr>
 799     <th>Property</th>
 800     <th>Expected Type</th>
 801     <th>Default Value</th>
 802     <th>Description </th>
 803   </tr>
 804   </thead> <tbody>
 805         <tr>
 806       <td>ScrollBar.allowsAbsolutePositioning</td>
 807       <td>Boolean          </td>
 808       <td>false</td>
 809       <td>If true, middle mouse click in the track will       set the
 810 position of the track to where the mouse is.    </td>
 811     </tr>
 812     <tr>
 813       <td>ScrollBar.maximumThumbSize</td>
 814       <td>Dimension</td>
 815       <td>4096x4096        </td>
 816       <td>Maximum thumb size.     </td>
 817     </tr>
 818     <tr>
 819       <td>ScrollBar.minimumThumbSize</td>
 820       <td>Dimension</td>
 821       <td>Derived from ScrollBar.thumbHeight</td>
 822       <td>The minimum thumb size.  If this is not specified the
 823             minimum thumb size is ScrollBar.thumbHeight plus the insets
 824             of the scrollbar along the opposite axis of the scrollbar
 825             and 7 along the other axis.  For example, if you have not
 826             specified Insets for a scrollbar, and the orientation of
 827             the scrollbar is vertical, than the minimum thumb
 828             size width is ScrollBar.thumbHeight with a height of 7.</td>
 829     </tr>
 830     <tr>
 831       <td>ScrollBar.squareButtons</td>
 832       <td>Boolean          </td>
 833       <td>false</td>
 834       <td>If true, the width and height of the scrollbar      buttons
 835 will be made equal.     </td>
 836     </tr>
 837     <tr>
 838       <td>ScrollBar.thumbHeight</td>
 839       <td>Integer</td>
 840       <td>14       </td>
 841       <td>The preferred height, when the orientation of the
 842             scrollbar is horizontal, or preferred width when the
 843             orientation of the scrollbar is vertical.</td>
 844     </tr>
 845   </tbody>
 846 </table>
 847 <br>
 848 <h4><a id="Separator">Separators</a></h4>
 849 <p> All of the separator classes, JSeparator, JPopupMenu.Separator and
 850 JToolBar.Separator use the same property: </p>
 851 <table border="1" summary="Separator classes common properties">
 852   <thead><tr>
 853     <th>Property</th>
 854     <th>Expected Type</th>
 855     <th>Default Value</th>
 856     <th>Description </th>
 857   </tr>
 858   </thead> <tbody>
 859         <tr>
 860       <td>Separator.thickness</td>
 861       <td>Integer</td>
 862       <td>2        </td>
 863       <td>Preferred width, for vertically aligned separators, or
 864 preferred height for horizontally aligned separators. The        resulting
 865 preferred size will include the Insets. </td>
 866     </tr>
 867   </tbody>
 868 </table>
 869 <p> JToolBar.Separator also supports the following property: </p>
 870 <table border="1" summary="JToolBar.Separator specific properties">
 871   <thead><tr>
 872     <th>Property</th>
 873     <th>Expected Type</th>
 874     <th>Default Value</th>
 875     <th>Description </th>
 876   </tr>
 877   </thead> <tbody>
 878         <tr>
 879       <td>ToolBar.separatorSize</td>
 880       <td>Dimension</td>
 881       <td>null     </td>
 882     <td>The value of this is passed to the
 883       <code>javax.swing.JToolBar$Separator#setSeparatorSize(java.awt.Dimension)</code>
 884       method. If unspecified <code>setSeparatorSize</code> is not invoked.
 885     </td>
 886   </tr>
 887   </tbody>
 888 </table>
 889 <br>
 890 <h4><a id="JScrollPane">JScrollPane</a></h4>
 891 <p>
 892       JScrollPane is unique in that it provides a method for setting
 893       the Border around the JViewport with JViewport throwing an
 894       IllegalArgumentException from <code>setBorder</code>. To
 895       accommodate this a special border is installed on the
 896       <code>JScrollPane</code> that uses the
 897       insets from the key
 898       <code>ScrollPane.viewportBorderInsets</code>. The
 899       <code>SynthPainter</code> method
 900       <code>paintViewportBorder</code> is called to paint the
 901       <code>Viewport</code>s border.
 902  </p>
 903 <h5>JScrollPane Specific Properties</h5>
 904 <table border="1" summary="JScrollPane specific properties">
 905   <thead><tr>
 906     <th>Property</th>
 907     <th>Expected Type</th>
 908     <th>Default Value</th>
 909     <th>Description </th>
 910   </tr>
 911   </thead> <tbody>
 912     <tr>
 913       <td>ScrollPane.viewportBorderInsets</td>
 914       <td>Insets</td>
 915       <td>null     </td>
 916       <td>Insets for the viewport Border.         </td>
 917     </tr>
 918   </tbody>
 919 </table>
 920 <br>
 921 <h4><a id="JSplitPane">JSplitPane</a></h4>
 922 <p> JSplitPane is a composite component that will contain a divider and
 923 potentially two buttons, if setOneTouchExpandable(true) has been
 924 invoked. The two buttons will be named:
 925 SplitPaneDivider.leftOneTouchButton and
 926 SplitPaneDivider.rightOneTouchButton. </p>
 927 <h5>JSplitPane Specific Properties</h5>
 928 <table border="1" summary="JSplitPane specific properties">
 929   <thead><tr>
 930     <th>Property</th>
 931     <th>Expected Type</th>
 932     <th>Default Value</th>
 933     <th>Description </th>
 934   </tr>
 935   </thead> <tbody>
 936     <tr>
 937       <td>SplitPane.centerOneTouchButtons</td>
 938       <td>Boolean</td>
 939       <td>true     </td>
 940       <td>If true, the one touch buttons are centered on the divider.     </td>
 941     </tr>
 942     <tr>
 943       <td>SplitPane.oneTouchButtonOffset</td>
 944       <td>Integer</td>
 945       <td>2        </td>
 946       <td>Distance between the one touch buttons.         </td>
 947     </tr>
 948     <tr>
 949       <td>SplitPane.oneTouchButtonSize</td>
 950       <td>Integer</td>
 951       <td>6        </td>
 952       <td>Size to make the one touch buttons.     </td>
 953     </tr>
 954     <tr>
 955       <td>SplitPane.oneTouchExpandable</td>
 956       <td>Boolean</td>
 957       <td>null     </td>
 958       <td>If non null, the value of this is passed to
 959 setOneTouchExpandable.  </td>
 960     </tr>
 961     <tr>
 962       <td>SplitPane.size</td>
 963       <td>Integer</td>
 964       <td>6        </td>
 965       <td>Size of the divider </td>
 966     </tr>
 967   </tbody>
 968 </table>
 969 <br>
 970 <h4><a id="JSlider"></a>JSlider</h4>
 971 <h5>JSlider Specific Properties</h5>
 972 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="JSlider specific properties"
 973  style="text-align: left; width: 100%;">
 974   <tbody>
 975     <tr>
 976       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property<br>
 977       </th>
 978       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
 979       </th>
 980       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Default Value<br>
 981       </th>
 982       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description<br>
 983       </th>
 984     </tr>
 985     <tr>
 986       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Slider.thumbWidth<br>
 987       </td>
 988       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
 989       </td>
 990       <td style="vertical-align: top;">30<br>
 991       </td>
 992       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Width of the slider thumb<br>
 993       </td>
 994     </tr>
 995     <tr>
 996       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Slider.thumbHeight<br>
 997       </td>
 998       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
 999       </td>
1000       <td style="vertical-align: top;">14<br>
1001       </td>
1002       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Height of the slider thumb<br>
1003       </td>
1004     </tr>
1005     <tr>
1006       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Slider.trackBorder<br>
1007       </td>
1008       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
1009       </td>
1010       <td style="vertical-align: top;">1<br>
1011       </td>
1012       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Width of the track border<br>
1013       </td>
1014     </tr>
1015     <tr>
1016       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Slider.paintValue<br>
1017       </td>
1018       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Boolean<br>
1019       </td>
1020       <td style="vertical-align: top;">true<br>
1021       </td>
1022       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Whether or not to paint the
1023 current value<br>
1024 of the slider.<br>
1025       </td>
1026     </tr>
1027   </tbody>
1028 </table>
1029 <br>
1030 <h4><a id="JTabbedPane"></a>JTabbedPane</h4>
1031 <h5>JTabbedPane Specific Properties</h5>
1032 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="JTabbedPane specific properties"
1033  style="text-align: left; width: 100%;">
1034   <tbody>
1035     <tr>
1036       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property</th>
1037       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
1038       </th>
1039       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Default Value<br>
1040       </th>
1041       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description</th>
1042     </tr>
1043     <tr>
1044       <td style="vertical-align: top;">TabbedPane.tabRunOverlay<br>
1045       </td>
1046       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
1047       </td>
1048       <td style="vertical-align: top;">0<br>
1049       </td>
1050       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Number of pixels to overlap
1051             tabs when there is more than one row.  <br>
1052       </td>
1053     </tr>
1054     <tr>
1055       <td style="vertical-align: top;">TabbedPane.textIconGap<br>
1056       </td>
1057       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
1058       </td>
1059       <td style="vertical-align: top;">0<br>
1060       </td>
1061       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Padding added between the icon
1062             and text on a tab.  If there is no text or icon this value
1063             is not used.
1064       </td>
1065     </tr>
1066     <tr>
1067       <td style="vertical-align: top;">TabbedPane.selectedTabPadInsets<br>
1068       </td>
1069       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Insets<br>
1070       </td>
1071       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Empty Insets (0, 0, 0, 0)<br>
1072       </td>
1073       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Extra insets added to the
1074 selected tab.<br>
1075       </td>
1076     </tr>
1077     <tr>
1078       <td style="vertical-align: top;">TabbedPane.selectionFollowsFocus<br>
1079       </td>
1080       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Boolean<br>
1081       </td>
1082       <td style="vertical-align: top;">true<br>
1083       </td>
1084       <td style="vertical-align: top;">If true the selection of the
1085             tabbed pane changes as the user navigates the tabs with a
1086             mouse.<br>
1087       </td>
1088     </tr>
1089   </tbody>
1090 </table>
1091 <br>
1092 <h4><a id="JTable">JTable</a></h4>
1093 <p> JTable sets the name of the renderer to Table.cellRenderer.
1094 JTable supports the following properties: </p>
1095 <h5>JTable Specific Properties</h5>
1096 <table border="1" summary="JTable specific properties">
1097   <thead><tr>
1098     <th>Property</th>
1099     <th>Expected Type</th>
1100     <th>Default Value</th>
1101     <th>Description </th>
1102   </tr>
1103   </thead> <tbody>
1104     <tr>
1105       <td>Table.gridColor</td>
1106       <td>Color</td>
1107       <td>null     </td>
1108       <td>Color used for the grid. If null the foreground from        the
1109 style is used.  </td>
1110     </tr>
1111     <tr>
1112       <td>Table.rendererUseTableColors</td>
1113       <td>Boolean</td>
1114       <td>true     </td>
1115       <td>If true the renderers state is not updated, and the         text
1116 colors come from JTable's getSelectionBackground and
1117 getSelectionForeground methods. If false, the renderer's            state is
1118 updated and the colors will instead come from the           Style.      </td>
1119     </tr>
1120     <tr>
1121       <td>Table.rendererUseUIBorder</td>
1122       <td>Boolean</td>
1123       <td>true     </td>
1124       <td>If true setBorder on the renderer will succeed
1125 regardless of the border passed in, otherwise setBorder on          the
1126 renderer will only succeed if it is a Synth Border.     </td>
1127     </tr>
1128     <tr>
1129       <td>Table.rowHeight</td>
1130       <td>Integer</td>
1131       <td>-1       </td>
1132       <td>If not -1 setRowHeight is invoked on the JTable. </td>
1133     </tr>
1134   </tbody>
1135 </table>
1136 <br>
1137 <h4><a id="JTree">JTree</a></h4>
1138 <p> JTree sets the name of the renderer to Tree.renderer, the name of
1139 the editor is Tree.cellEditor.</p>
1140 <h5>JTree Specific Properties</h5>
1141 <table border="1" summary="JTree specific properties">
1142   <thead><tr>
1143     <th>Property</th>
1144     <th>Expected Type</th>
1145     <th>Default Value</th>
1146     <th>Description </th>
1147   </tr>
1148   </thead> <tbody>
1149     <tr>
1150       <td>Tree.collapsedIcon</td>
1151       <td>Icon</td>
1152       <td>null     </td>
1153       <td>Icon to use when a node is collapsed.   </td>
1154     </tr>
1155     <tr>
1156       <td>Tree.drawHorizontalLines</td>
1157       <td>Boolean</td>
1158       <td>true     </td>
1159       <td>If true nodes have a horizontal connecting them to the
1160 leading edge of their parent.   </td>
1161     </tr>
1162     <tr>
1163       <td>Tree.drawVerticalLines</td>
1164       <td>Boolean</td>
1165       <td>true     </td>
1166       <td>If true a vertical line is drawn down from expanded nodes.      </td>
1167     </tr>
1168     <tr>
1169       <td>Tree.expandedIcon</td>
1170       <td>Icon</td>
1171       <td>null     </td>
1172       <td>Icon to use when a node has been expanded.      </td>
1173     </tr>
1174     <tr>
1175       <td>Tree.leftChildIndent</td>
1176       <td>Integer</td>
1177       <td>0        </td>
1178       <td>This plus Tree.rightChildIndent account for the             total
1179 space, along the y axis, to offset nodes from their         parent.     </td>
1180     </tr>
1181     <tr>
1182       <td>Tree.rightChildIndent</td>
1183       <td>Integer</td>
1184       <td>0        </td>
1185       <td>This plus Tree.leftChildIndent account for the      total
1186 space, along the y axis, to offset nodes from their         parent.     </td>
1187     </tr>
1188     <tr>
1189       <td>Tree.rowHeight</td>
1190       <td>Integer</td>
1191       <td>-1       </td>
1192       <td>Row height for the Tree.</td>
1193     </tr>
1194     <tr>
1195       <td>Tree.scrollsHorizontallyAndVertically</td>
1196       <td>Boolean</td>
1197       <td>false    </td>
1198       <td>If false and scrolling needs to happen to accommodate    cells
1199 it will only happen along the vertical axis, if             true, scrolling
1200 may happen along both the horizontal and            vertical axis.      </td>
1201     </tr>
1202     <tr>
1203       <td>Tree.scrollsOnExpand</td>
1204       <td>Boolean</td>
1205       <td>true     </td>
1206       <td>Whether or not the JTree should scroll when a node is
1207 expanded. </td>
1208     </tr>
1209     <tr>
1210       <td>Tree.linesStyle</td>
1211       <td>String</td>
1212       <td>      </td>
1213       <td>The styles of the lines in the tree. Synth supports solid lines
1214 (empty value) and dashed lines ("dashed" value). It is possible to add new
1215 styles by creating a new <a href="../SynthGraphicsUtils.html">SynthGraphicsUtils</a>
1216 and <a href="synthFileFormat.html#e.graphicsUtils">binding it</a> to the tree.</td>
1217     </tr>
1218   </tbody>
1219 </table>
1220 <h4><a id="JToggleButton">JToggleButton</a></h4>
1221 <p> JToggleButton paints text using the TEXT_FOREGROUND ColorType. In
1222 addition to the <a href="#buttonProperties">Button        properties</a>,
1223 JToggleButton supports the following property: </p>
1224 <h5>JToggleButton Specific Properties</h5>
1225 <table border="1" summary="JToggleButton specific properties">
1226   <thead><tr>
1227     <th>Property</th>
1228     <th>Expected Type</th>
1229     <th>Default Value</th>
1230     <th>Description </th>
1231   </tr>
1232   </thead> <tbody>
1233         <tr>
1234       <td>ToggleButton.icon</td>
1235       <td>Icon</td>
1236       <td>null     </td>
1237       <td>Icon used to render the radio indicator. </td>
1238     </tr>
1239   </tbody>
1240 </table>
1241 <br>
1242 <h4><a id="buttonProperties">Button Properties</a></h4>
1243 <p> Each of the Button classes (JButton, JCheckBox, JRadioButton,
1244 JToggleButton and SynthArrowButton) support a similar set of properties.
1245 These properties are: </p>
1246 <table border="1" summary="Button classes common properties">
1247   <thead><tr>
1248     <th>Property</th>
1249     <th>Expected Type</th>
1250     <th>Default Value</th>
1251     <th>Description </th>
1252   </tr>
1253   </thead> <tbody>
1254         <tr>
1255       <td>prefix.contentAreaFilled</td>
1256       <td>Integer</td>
1257       <td>true     </td>
1258     <td>Refer to the javadoc of
1259       <code>javax.swing.AbstractButton#contentAreaFilled(boolean)</code>
1260       for details of how this is used. It is up to the Painter to properly honor
1261       this property.
1262     </td>
1263   </tr>
1264     <tr>
1265       <td>prefix.iconTextGap</td>
1266       <td>Integer</td>
1267       <td>If unspecified, JButton.setIconTextGap is not invoked.</td>
1268       <td>Padding between the icon and text. Refer to the javadoc of
1269         <code>javax.swing.AbstractButton#setIconTextGap(int)</code>
1270         for details of how this is used.
1271       </td>
1272     </tr>
1273     <tr>
1274       <td>prefix.margin</td>
1275       <td>Insets</td>
1276       <td>Empty Insets (0, 0, 0, 0)        </td>
1277       <td>Margin for the JButton. Refer to the javadoc of
1278         <code>javax.swing.AbstractButton#setMargin(java.awt.Insets)</code> for
1279         details of how the margin is used.
1280       </td>
1281     </tr>
1282     <tr>
1283       <td>prefix.textShiftOffset</td>
1284       <td>Integer</td>
1285       <td>0        </td>
1286       <td>Amount to shift the text and icon, along the x and y     axis,
1287 from where it would normally be layed out. This is          only used when
1288 the button is in a pressed state and does           not have a pressed icon. </td>
1289     </tr>
1290   </tbody>
1291 </table>
1292 <p> <code>Prefix</code> is one of: Button, CheckBox, RadioButton or
1293 JToggleButton.<br>
1294 </p>
1295 <h4><a id="textProperties"></a>Text Properties<br>
1296 </h4>
1297 <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="1" summary="Text properties"
1298  style="text-align: left; width: 100%;">
1299   <tbody>
1300     <tr>
1301       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Property</th>
1302       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Expected Type<br>
1303       </th>
1304       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Default Value<br>
1305       </th>
1306       <th style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center;">Description<br>
1307       </th>
1308     </tr>
1309     <tr>
1310       <td style="vertical-align: top;">prefix.caretForeground<br>
1311       </td>
1312       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Color<br>
1313       </td>
1314       <td style="vertical-align: top;">#000000</td>
1315       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Color of the caret.<br>
1316       </td>
1317     </tr>
1318     <tr>
1319       <td style="vertical-align: top;">prefix.margin<br>
1320       </td>
1321       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Insets</td>
1322       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Empty Insets (0, 0, 0, 0),<br>
1323 EditorPane and TextPane (3, 3, 3, 3)<br>
1324       </td>
1325       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Margins of the text component.<br>
1326       </td>
1327     </tr>
1328     <tr>
1329       <td style="vertical-align: top;">prefix.caretBlinkRate<br>
1330       </td>
1331       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Integer<br>
1332       </td>
1333       <td style="vertical-align: top;">500<br>
1334       </td>
1335       <td style="vertical-align: top;">Number of milliseconds defining
1336 the blink rate fo the caret.<br>
1337       </td>
1338     </tr>
1339   </tbody>
1340 </table>
1341 <p><code>Prefix</code> is one of: EditorPane, FormattedTextField,
1342 PasswordField, TextArea, TextField or TextPane.<br>
1343 </p>
1344 </body>
1345 </html>