LookAndFeel

This seems like a really stupid newbie question but..

I created a new form using the settings java class file and jgoodies.

All is going well, app works, however, I have no idea how to set the look and feel of the form? Is there any easy way to do this?

I want it to be the same as os.

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UIManager.setLookAndFeel(UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());

winterstide wrote:

This seems like a really stupid newbie question but..

I created a new form using the settings java class file and jgoodies.

All is going well, app works, however, I have no idea how to set the look and feel of the form? Is there any easy way to do this?

I want it to be the same as os.

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This is a question for Martin...
is there a function that will set the LookAndFeel to the windows looks
instead of the java look?

Thanks,
Claude

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Hm, not quite sure what you exactly want to achieve. The call mentioned
in my previous post installs the current look and feel, so if you're
on windows then it installs the windows look and feel.

Claude wrote:

This is a question for Martin...
is there a function that will set the LookAndFeel to the windows looks
instead of the java look?

Thanks,
Claude

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