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ID: 16227, ThemePlus V 1.1.0 -- Change JBuilder IDE'sAppearance

by Baodong Liu Email: Anonymous


A JBuilder OpenTool to customize the IDE colors, fonts and look & feel.Added an "Apperance" tab in the IDE Options window. Also added an entry "Metal Extension - XMetal" in Look and feel combo box.
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Size: 58,944 bytes
Updated on Sat, 16 Mar 2002 16:52:01 GMT
Originally uploaded on Thu, 14 Jun 2001 18:50:42 GMT
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Description
1. What is this?

A JBuilder OpenTool to customize the IDE colors, fonts and look & feel.
Added an "Apperance" tab in the IDE Options window.
Also added an entry "Metal Extension - XMetal" in Look and feel combo box.
Please note the "Apperance" tab only shows up if the Look and feel is set as Metal
or Metal Extension - XMetal.
It comes with five built-in themes :
Default.Metal.Theme
Plus.Theme
Heavy.Theme
Light.Theme
Funky.Theme
You can also create you own theme by changing the color and font.

2. Requirement.

The IDE Look & Feel must be set as "Metal" or "Metal Extension - XMetal"
from the IDE Options window.
Restarting the JBuilder may be needed.
Tested with JBuilder 4 and 6 in Window NT and Window 2000.

3. Installation.

Unzip the downloaded file and there are two files:
ThemePlus.jar and this readme.txt.
Place the ThemePlus.jar at the /lib/ext directory.

4. License.
This is a freeware. Used at your own risk.

For any questions and bugs please contact me at whqiao@hotmail.com

Enjoy.


PS:
A tip to using Tahoma font in JBuilder editor window:
Replace font.properties file in /jre/lib with the attached
font.properties. Then change the Font Family in Edtor Options ->Display tab to
"dialoginput".
Note: if you installed mutiple JDK, make sure replace the font.properties
JBuilder uses.




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