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#ActualDarego

Posted 04 May 2013 - 05:21 AM

** this question is SOLVED ** i used this line of code to set LaF

UIManager.setLookAndFeel(
UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());


last questioin guys,my GUI look different from when i look at it with eclipse window builder to when i run it.. i guess it has something to do with the java "look and feel".  and how do i get it to keep the same characteristics when run as it has in the window builder. here is what it looks like when ran.. (want it to look like the window in my first above post if possible i.e. have the same button/label characteristics etc)

any help with any of the above questions will be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance

#9Darego

Posted 04 May 2013 - 05:21 AM

** this question is SOLVED ** i used this line of code to set LaF

UIManager.setLookAndFeel(
UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());


last questioin guys,my GUI look different from when i look at it with eclipse window builder to when i run it.. i guess it has something to do with the java "look and feel".  and how do i get it to keep the same characteristics when run as it has in the window builder. here is what it looks like when ran.. (want it to look like the window in my first above post if possible i.e. have the same button/label characteristics etc)

any help with any of the above questions will be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance

#8Darego

Posted 04 May 2013 - 05:20 AM

** SOLVED this question ** i used this line of code to set LaF

UIManager.setLookAndFeel(
UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());


last questioin guys,my GUI look different from when i look at it with eclipse window builder to when i run it.. i guess it has something to do with the java "look and feel".  and how do i get it to keep the same characteristics when run as it has in the window builder. here is what it looks like when ran.. (want it to look like the window in my first above post if possible i.e. have the same button/label characteristics etc)

any help with any of the above questions will be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance

#7Darego

Posted 04 May 2013 - 05:20 AM

** SOLVED ** i used this line of code to set LaF

UIManager.setLookAndFeel(
UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());


last questioin guys,my GUI look different from when i look at it with eclipse window builder to when i run it.. i guess it has something to do with the java "look and feel".  and how do i get it to keep the same characteristics when run as it has in the window builder. here is what it looks like when ran.. (want it to look like the window in my first above post if possible i.e. have the same button/label characteristics etc)

any help with any of the above questions will be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance

#6Darego

Posted 04 May 2013 - 04:47 AM

last questioin guys,my GUI look different from when i look at it with eclipse window builder to when i run it.. i guess it has something to do with the java "look and feel".  and how do i get it to keep the same characteristics when run as it has in the window builder. here is what it looks like when ran.. (want it to look like the window in my first above post if possible i.e. have the same button/label characteristics etc)

any help with any of the above questions will be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance

#5Darego

Posted 04 May 2013 - 04:46 AM

last questioin guys,my GUI look different from when i look at it with eclipse window builder to when i run it.. i guess it has something to do with the java "look and feel".  and how do i get it to keep the same characteristics when run as it has in the window builder. here is what it looks like when ran.. (want it to look like the window in my first above post if possible i.e. have the same button/label characteristics etc)