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Supplemental UI Library

Visual Studio 2005

Using the Supplemental UI Library (VJSSupUILib.dll) included with Visual J#, you can develop any kind of application, including applets, with a Microsoft Windows look and feel.

The components supported in the Supplemental UI Library for Visual J# (VJSSupUILib.dll) include:

JApplet

JInternalFrame

JProgressBar

JTextArea

JButton

JLabel

JRadioButton

JTextComponent

JCheckBox

JLayeredPane

JRadioButtonMenuItem

JTextField

JCheckBoxMenuItem

JList

JRootPane

JToggleButton

JColorChooser

JMenu

JScrollBar

JToolBar

JComboBox

JMenuBar

JScrollPane

JToolTip

JComponent

JMenuItem

JSeparator

JTree

JDesktopPane

JOptionPane

JSlider

JViewport

JDialog

JPanel

JSplitPane

JWindow

JFileChooser

JPasswordField

JTabbedPane

JFrame

JPopupMenu

JTable

The Microsoft Supplemental UI Library for Visual J# provides much of the functionality described in the Java 2 JFC Swing specification. This product has been independently developed by Microsoft, and is not endorsed or approved by Sun Microsystems, Inc. Applications written to target the Microsoft Supplemental UI Library for Visual J# 2005 will only run on the Microsoft Visual J# Redistributable Package version 2.0.

The classes related to the Windows look and feel are in the com.ms.vjsharp.swing.plaf.windows package.

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