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Swing

My latest hack is a "Napkin" Look and Feel for Swing. I'm up to alpha 4 with it -- it still does some very weird things. The Swing LAF lets many things happen, but it is far from simple to figure out, and farther from easy to flex. But most things can be done. The idea is this: There's somehing about a GUI mock up that makes managers go all glassy-eyed. When you mock up the GUI, which you...
on May 27, 2004