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Pedro Duque Vieira
JavaFX and Swing, Freelancer and Consultant specialized in creating User Interfaces. Has been working as a front end consultant and has been developing web, native and cross platform since 2006. Holder of a master degree in Computer Science, he's permanently studying and taking courses in User Interface Design and User Experience. Owner of the software company Pixel Duke.

JMetro Version 8.6.11 And 11.6.11 Released

Hi. Another release of JMetro.

This time 2 new control have been restyled, bug fixes and other small tweaks.

I hope you are all staying safe and well in this strange times. Keep on reading for details.

New ColorPicker Style

Following is an animation of the new ColorPicker style LIGHT and DARK:

ColorPicker JMetro Light style
ColorPicker JMetro Dark style

The gif recording software left out a few glitches in the images above which aren’t present in the real thing.

New Spinner Style

Microsoft just recently added a kind of a spinner to its Fluent Design library. IMHO it’s not great. And since they probably want to have touch support built in right of the bat, it seems a bit strange when used on a Desktop with a simple mouse and keyboard. In FD it’s called NumberBox.

So I opted for the Spinner in JMetro to have a completely new and unrelated style because I personally don’t like the FD one so much.

Spinner JMetro Light style
Spinner JMetro Dark style

Full list of changes

Other than the 2 new restyled controls mentioned above there are also bunch of tweaks and fixes in this release.

Here’s the full list:

  1. Update MDL2IconsFontSample sample
  2. ThemeTester: Theme Tester not running due to wrong IntegerSpinnerValueFactory tag in AlignmentTest.fxml
  3. Fixes #149: ColorPicker throws runtime exception
  4. ThemeTester – Add ColorPicker with ‘-fx-color-label-visible: false;’ style to controls lis
  5. ColorPicker – Add ColorPicker fxml to be used in ControlsSample class
  6. Fixes #152: ColorPicker – Exception thrown when ColorPicker has ColorPicker.STYLE_CLASS_BUTTON styleclass
  7. Issue #150: ColorPicker – Add style for ColorPicker with ColorPicker.STYLE_CLASS_BUTTON styleclass
  8. Fixes #150: ColorPicker – Style ColorPicker with a JMetro style
  9. Fixes #143: Panes – Check warnings when running PanesWithBackgroundStyleClassSample
  10. Fixes #91: Label – move label in light stylesheet to the same place as dark stylesheet
  11. Fixes #131: ScrollPane – Fix control’s that use a ScrollPane like control inside and whose corners appear wrong on Dark theme
  12. Issue #137: Spinner – some buttons are slightly misaligned when using some styleclasses
  13. Fixes #137: Spinner – tweak colors for hover and pressed of decrement/increment button
  14. Fixes #94: ListView – style unfilled cells differently

That’s it for this release. You can check out the full documentation of JMetro on this page. If you want to keep up-to-date with the latest news, follow me on twitter.

Take care.

Published on Java Code Geeks with permission by Pedro Duque Vieira, partner at our JCG program. See the original article here: JMetro Version 8.6.11 And 11.6.11 Released

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