#2722 Dockable-Buttons don't change look if hovered with the mouse

normal bug
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2011-12-01
2006-11-09
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The Dockable-Buttons don't change look if they are
hovered by the mouse like the close- and arrow-
buttons in the docking areas do.

Sorry if this is a dupe, but I have many bugs to post
and am too lazy to check them all for dupes
currently. :-)

OS: Windows XP
Java Version: Sun Java 1.5.0_09-b03
jEdit Version: 4.3pre8

Discussion

  • Matthieu Casanova

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    Are you sure ? Isn't it a Look & feel problem you have ? On my jEdit the button get an orange border when my mouse is on it.

     
  • Robert Schwenn

    Robert Schwenn - 2008-03-06

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    The hover behavior of the buttons for the docked dockables and the corresponding close and arrow buttons depends on the L&F:

    Dockable buttons change look in: Metal, Windows
    Close and arrow buttons change look in: Windows
    "Motiv" and "Windows classic" don't change the look of any component on hovering.

    Could it be, that this is no bug?

     
  • Björn Kautler

    Björn Kautler - 2008-03-07

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    I don't think so Robert, as for me I use Metal L&F, but it is quite the other way around than you describe. The close and arrow button get a blue border on hovering and the dockable buttons don't change their look.
    However, it can be because of the L&F, because the close and arrow button are JButtons and the dockable butttons are JToggleButtons. But still I think this is a useability bug. Maybe we have to user another kind of button. What I think even more cool would be an own jEdit L&F, but this would be much work. *g*

     
  • Robert Schwenn

    Robert Schwenn - 2008-03-07

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    Oh yes, my fault. Sorry.

    Dockable buttons change look in: Windows
    Close and arrow buttons change look in: Windows and Metal

     
  • Alan Ezust

    Alan Ezust - 2011-11-08

    in linux, in both nimbus and metal L&Fs, I do see hover effects under java 1.6.
    I think this issue is with specific L&Fs but not the default ones. Perhaps a bug should be filed for the L&F rather than core?

     
  • Alan Ezust

    Alan Ezust - 2011-11-08
    • status: open --> closed-works-for-me
     
  • Björn Kautler

    Björn Kautler - 2011-12-01
    • status: closed-works-for-me --> open
     
  • Björn Kautler

    Björn Kautler - 2011-12-01

    You didn't really read the comments, did you?
    This is on Metal under Windows and Linux here.
    No fancy L&F in use.

     
  • Alan Ezust

    Alan Ezust - 2011-12-01

    what comments? The original ones are about Java 1.5. My reply was about Java 1.6, where it appears to have been fixed.
    Are you still seeing the problem with java 1.6?

     
  • Björn Kautler

    Björn Kautler - 2011-12-01

    Sure, otherwise I wouldn't have reopened the tracker item.
    You suspected an exotic L&F.
    That was where I thought you didn't read the comments as they just speak about standard L&Fs. ;-)

     

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