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Customizable Java Swing Skins

Posted on 2006-06-13
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Hi Experts,

I have developed a Swing application and trying to add skins to it. My question is that, is there a way for me to add different skins to different components (not one skin for all the components). Also I need to be able to customize the skins as well.

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Yes you can there are a lot :D
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