UI Editor

Hi, I'm still trying to use UI editor, but I think it miss some things (maybe I missed them ?) :
Where are some components like JDesktopPane, JSplitPane ?
I understand nothing with the layout : there are only vertical, horizontal and grid layout ? what about gridbag or null layout ?
The last thing is a little more complicated : with Jtable, JTree how will we use custom TableModel, TreeModel & cie ?

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Matthieu Casanova wrote:

Where are some components like JDesktopPane, JSplitPane ?


We will add these components into the default palette a bit later.

I understand nothing with the layout : there are only vertical, horizontal and grid layout ? what about gridbag or null layout ?


You can easy (more easy then with GridBagLayout) construct almost all
layouts with grids.

The last thing is a little more complicated : with Jtable, JTree how will we use custom TableModel, TreeModel & cie ?


You have to bind JTable to some field and after that just set necessary
TableModel. I think that you will many postings here (and on WIKI site)
how to use UI designer.

Best regards,
Vladimir Kondratyev
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JetBrains

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Hello,
You can use this topic on TWiki site:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/IntelliJUIDesigner

Good luck

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"Vladimir Kondratyev" <vova@intellij.net> wrote in message
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Matthieu Casanova wrote:

Where are some components like JDesktopPane, JSplitPane ?

>

We will add these components into the default palette a bit later.

>

I understand nothing with the layout : there are only vertical,

horizontal and grid layout ? what about gridbag or null layout ?
>

You can easy (more easy then with GridBagLayout) construct almost all
layouts with grids.

>

The last thing is a little more complicated : with Jtable, JTree how

will we use custom TableModel, TreeModel & cie ?
>

You have to bind JTable to some field and after that just set necessary
TableModel. I think that you will many postings here (and on WIKI site)
how to use UI designer.

>

Best regards,
Vladimir Kondratyev
_____________________
JetBrains

>


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So where are this components like JDesktop pane, etc, 14 years after this post ?

 

I just can't seem to find them.

 

JM

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