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UIManager and swing.properties

Fisher Daniel
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Hi all,
According to J2SE 5.0 API, UIManager will get the default look and feel class that is choosen in some manners.
One of those, it will get from swing.properties.
But when I go to <JAVA_HOME>/lib, there is no swing.properties.

Could you plese list down what the content of swing.properties should be on there?

Correct me if I am wrong...
Thanks
daniel
 
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