So basically what I expecting is that when I click the blue arrow on one of the list item, the corresponding item will be toggled and the detail will be expanded, and when I click the blue arrow again, the detail will collapse. Anim pariatur cliche reprehenderit, enim eiusmod high life accusamus terry richardson ad squid. In my code I'm generating the blocks in a very stupid way, which is copy and paste and again and again. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged html css or ask your own question. What is a word that means "something that is commonly known, but not commonly talked about"? Recall from the previous topic that it is the responsibility of each L&F to provide a concrete implementation for each of the many ComponentUI subclasses defined by Swing. For example, to identify the SPLIT_PANE region you would use SPLITPANE, splitpane, or SplitPane (case insensitive). When you bind a style to a region, that style will apply to all of the components with that region.
You can bind to individual, named components, whether or not they are also bound as regions.
If the state of the region contains at least SELECTED and PRESSED, state one will be chosen.
When the current state matches the same number of values for two state definitions, the one that is used is the first one defined in the style. The red box at the upper left corner is 10 pixels square (including the box border)—it shows the corner region that should not be stretched when painting. Since the button2.png image shifts the visual button one pixel when it is depressed, we should also shift the button text. We can load this XML file to use the Synth look and feel for a simple application called
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You can create a Synth look and feel either programatically or through the use of an external XML file.
For example, SynthStyle defines the foreground and background color, font information, and so forth. There are two ways to define a SynthStyleFactory: through a Synth XML file, or programatically. There is no default behavior for any components—without style definitions in the Synth XML file, the GUI is a blank canvas. As an example, let's define a style that includes the font, foreground color, and background color, and then bind that style to all components. You can bind a style to more than one region, and you can bind more than one style to a region. For example, the MOUSE_OVER state is always true of a PRESSED button (you can't press a button unless the mouse is over it).
However, if you reverse the order of the MOUSE_OVER and PRESSED states in the file, the PRESSED state will never be used. For example, without insets, a button with a caption of Cancel will be just large enough to contain the caption in the chosen font. The emphasis of the lesson has been on using an external XML file to define the look and feel. It is good practice to do this to ensure that regions without a style bound to them will contain something. The insets and sourceInsets are given the same values, which is just a coincidence because they are unrelated to each other.
The sourceInsets values are large enough that the curved corners of the button image will not be stretched. Even if you use a class, your content will repeat unless you're getting your informations from a database. The discussion below is devoted to the creation of a Synth look and feel using an external XML file. To use Synth, you need not create any ComponentUIs—rather you need only specify how each component is painted, along with various properties that effect the layout and size.

When the value is not specified, the definition applies to all states, which is the intention here. First, you would give the OK and Cancel buttons names, using the component.setName() method.
So, if the MOUSE_OVER state is declared first, it will always be chosen over PRESSED, and any painting defined for PRESSED will not be done. Using the id attribute, you can define a color that you can reuse later by using the idref attribute. When you determine which one you need, you remove the paint prefix, change the remaining first letter to lowercase, and use the result as the method attribute. The next lesson presents a sample application that creates a search dialog box using the Synth framework with an XML file.
Since the mouse will always be over the button when it is pressed, both states will apply to a pressed button and the first state defined (PRESSED) will apply. The top, left, bottom, and right edges are tiled or stretched, while the corner portions (sourceInsets) remain fixed. When the mouse is over the button but it is not pressed, only the MOUSE_OVER state applies.
For example, Synth defines three regions for JScrollBar: the track, the thumb and the scroll bar itself. This will cause the painter not to stretch a 10 x 10 pixel area at each corner of the image. If a region has other states, the states are merged with precedence given to state definitions that appear later in the file. If the order of the PRESSED and MOUSE_OVER states is reversed, the PRESSED state image will never be used.

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