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This example may produce warnings from the compiler These warnings will not prevent you from running the example and can be ignored here
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This example was a little basic It explains in a concise way how to establish a basic rectangular button that performs an action However, what if you want to do something a little out of the ordinary The clip property is very useful for adding something extra to the look of your SwingButton
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The clip property is also inherited from Node, so anything that inherits from Node can utilize clip
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The purpose of the clip property is to allow you to define a clip area for your button to change the shape of the button The clip property takes in a node and uses that node to reshape the button Therefore, you can assign a circle to the clip property of a SwingButton and the result will be a round button Take a look at the following script The text of the SwingButton has been changed, and the clip property has been defined as a circle:
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/* * 10fx * * v10 - J F DiMarzio * * 6/20/2010 created * * Give it some Swing * */ package comjfdimarziojavafxforbeginners; import import import import import import import javafxstageStage; javafxsceneScene; javafxextswingSwingButton; javafxextswingSwingSlider; javafxscenetextText; javafxscenetextFont; javafxsceneshapeCircle;
/** * @author JFDiMarzio */ var clickValue : Integer = 0; Stage { title : "UsingSwing" onClose: function () { scene: Scene { width: 200 height: 200
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content: [SwingButton { text: "+" action:function ():Void { clickValue ++ ; } clip: Circle { centerX: 18, centerY: 12 radius: 8 } } Text { font : Font { size: 24 } x: 10, y: 50 content: bind "Value = {clickValue}" } ] } }
Compile and run this script You will now see a round button with a plus sign in it that increments the value from the last example The result is shown in Figure 10-3 The clip property provides a very useful way to modify the look of your control Take note that the bounds of the button have also been modified, not just the look of the button The rectangular portion of the button that lies outside the clip region is no longer active or actionable Next, you learn about the SwingCheckBox component
Figure 10-3
A round button using clip
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SwingCheckBox
In this section you set up a SwingCheckBox However, the process you use to set it up is slightly different from what you have used so far in this book In an effort to introduce you to different ways of setting up and utilizing nodes, we are going to take a different approach in setting up the SwingCheckBox You should start out with a basic script containing a Stage, Scene, and Text node The Text node is used to display the selected value of the SwingCheckBox Your script should appear as follows:
/* * 10fx * * v10 - J F DiMarzio * * 6/20/2010 created * * Give it some Swing * */ package comjfdimarziojavafxforbeginners; import import import import javafxstageStage; javafxsceneScene; javafxscenetextText; javafxscenetextFont;
/** * @author JFDiMarzio */ Stage { title : "UsingSwing" onClose: function () { } scene: Scene { width: 200 height: 200 content: [ Text { font : Font { size: 24 } x: 10, y: 50 content: bind "Value = {}" } ] } }
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The next step is to create a variable that is typed as a SwingCheckBox:
import javafxextswingSwingCheckBox; def sampleCheckBox : SwingCheckBox = SwingCheckBox{ };
Set the text property of the SwingCheckBox to Check Me :
def sampleCheckBox : SwingCheckBox = SwingCheckBox{ text:"Check Me" };
Finally, bind the string interpolator in the Text content to the selected property of the SwingCheckBox:
Text { font : Font { size: 24 } x: 10, y: 50 content: bind "Value = {sampleCheckBoxselected}" }
The script you have written will create a check box The selected property of the check box is a Boolean that indicates whether the check box has been checked Because you have bound the value of the selected property to the Text content, you will see the text True or False when you check and uncheck the SwingCheckBox The finished script shows where to add the sampleCheckBox to have it display to the screen The finished script should appear as follows:
/* * 10fx * * v10 - J F DiMarzio * * 6/20/2010 created * * Give it some Swing * */ package comjfdimarziojavafxforbeginners; import javafxstageStage; import javafxsceneScene; import javafxscenetextText;
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