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Hey guys, I really like this IDE. But I don''t like the cold grey look of it Has anyone found an option to change the "Look and feel" to "Windows" style or some other style? Or at least some option that enables changing the colors of the windows ? thx !

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I haven''t used NetBeans, but you can change the default look and feel used by all Java applications by creating a file called swing.properties and placing it in the jre/lib directory. In this file you put:

# Swing properties

swing.defaultlaf=com.sun.java.swing.plaf.windows.WindowsLookAndFeel


This does not prevent the application programmer from setting it in the program, but if it is not explicitly set this file will set it to what ever you want.



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