functional/ControlsTests/src/javafx/scene/control/test/utils/ptables/AbstractPropertyValueSetter.java

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*** 27,37 **** import java.lang.reflect.Method; import javafx.beans.property.Property; import javafx.event.ActionEvent; import javafx.event.EventHandler; import javafx.scene.control.Button; - import javafx.scene.control.ButtonBuilder; import javafx.scene.control.Control; import javafx.scene.control.Label; import static javafx.scene.control.test.utils.ptables.StaticLogger.*; import javafx.scene.layout.HBox; --- 27,36 ----
*** 70,80 **** String labelDescription = btype.equals(BindingType.UNIDIRECTIONAL) ? "UNIDIR" : "BIDIR"; getChildren().addAll(new Label(labelDescription.toUpperCase().substring(0, Math.min(15, labelDescription.length()) - 1)), leadingControl, binding.getVisualRepresentation()); if (btype == BindingType.UNIDIRECTIONAL) { ! Button setButton = ButtonBuilder.create().text("set").minWidth(38).id(SET_PREFIX + listeningProperty.getName().toUpperCase()).build(); setAction = new EventHandler<ActionEvent>() { public void handle(ActionEvent t) { //bindingTB.setSelected(false);I think, that is not obligative. //But otherwise, exception will be thrown each time, when unidirectional binding is switched on. Method setter; --- 69,81 ---- String labelDescription = btype.equals(BindingType.UNIDIRECTIONAL) ? "UNIDIR" : "BIDIR"; getChildren().addAll(new Label(labelDescription.toUpperCase().substring(0, Math.min(15, labelDescription.length()) - 1)), leadingControl, binding.getVisualRepresentation()); if (btype == BindingType.UNIDIRECTIONAL) { ! Button setButton = new Button("set"); ! setButton.setMinWidth(38); ! setButton.setId(SET_PREFIX + listeningProperty.getName().toUpperCase()); setAction = new EventHandler<ActionEvent>() { public void handle(ActionEvent t) { //bindingTB.setSelected(false);I think, that is not obligative. //But otherwise, exception will be thrown each time, when unidirectional binding is switched on. Method setter;