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use my own image on the knob of a jslider

 
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I want to use my own image for the knob of a jslider. Do I need to write my own look and feel? Or is there some way I can change the knob image. That's all I want to do. The jslider should do everything else the same. I just want to use my own image for the knob. Seems like that should be easy, right?
 
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To my opinion, you're right when you say you have to write your own look and feel for this component. The best to do may be to extend the ScrollBarUI of any look-and-feel and override the paint method. Then a simple call to the setUI method of JScrollBar should be sufficent.
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Has anyone used the skin look and feel (http://www.javootoo.com)? I got that working and downloaded a theme to work with this (http://www.themes.org), but I'm not sure about building my own theme. Anyone done this? Thanks, Chris
 
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