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Change Java GUI Interface

 
Kenn David Smith
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How to change the GUI Interface using Net Beans like this Software ?

This Software developed by using Netbeans.


Following picture is the Screenshots of the Software's Login Window.



 
Maneesh Godbole
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If you have the source code, you can make changes. Is that what you are asking?
 
Kenn David Smith
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NO!

I want to know how to change my Software's GUI like this Software's GUI

This GUI is Very Beautiful.

My Software use Swing for its GUI
 
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It looks like it's using a custom Look and Feel. When you go to the main method, there should be a line saying something like UIManager.setLookAndFeel(......);

You should be able to use something similar.
 
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Kenn David Smith wrote:NO!

Relax. No need to shout. We are trying to be helpful
Like Stephan mentioned, you need to toy around with the Look and Feel. More about it here http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/lookandfeel/plaf.html

PS. UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName will make your UI look similar to the UI of the OS on which it is running. This helps your end user, feel that your application is more "natural" or "native". This is a very important usability point to consider when designing UIs.
 
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Kenn David Smith wrote:This Software developed by using Netbeans.


So take a look at the source code and see how they did it!
 
Kenn David Smith
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@Stephan van Hulst

Yeah ! Thanks I think this the way they do that !


@ Maneesh Godbole

Oh!

Sorry Block Letter are Shouting but I'm not

I think they use "UIManager" to do it.
I will try that

thanks for URL.

@Darryl Burke

I don't have Source code but I know about their IDE that they use.
 
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