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Stefan Cosma
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Hello,

I have a problem and no idea how to solve it. How can I update the components on Mac OS.

On Windows and Linux I use but apparently it doesn't work on Mac OS. Any suggestions? Thanks.
 
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I don't have a Mac and I probably won't be in a position to suggest anything, but you need to provide more context for anyone to be able to help.
 
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This is what happens: In my main class I call a function updateUI() that updates some components after the UIManager changes the Look and Feel. This works perfectly on Windows and Linux, but on Mac it doesn't. So Mac doesn't update the UI of a component after I change the Look and Feel with the UIManager. Anyone got any suggestions.
 
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In my main class I call a function updateUI()

First off, Java doesn't have functions. Java has methods.

Still not enough for anyone to try to help. I suggest you post a SSCCE <- link that demonstrates the problem.
 
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Sorry about that, I didn't know about this! I will try to contain myself to only one forum/website.
 
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You don't need to, as long as all forums are aware about the others. Just post the links to the other forum threads here, and the link to JavaRanch forum threads on the other forums.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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