Controls4J Library is a set of improved graphical controls for the Java/Swing. Here is brief description of the library's components.
JFontChooser is this dialogue is intended for fonts selection. The distinctive features are as follows: increased control over user actions (for example, a user cannot enter letters or negative numbers in the digit entry fields) and enabled auto addition in the font name field.
JBasicFindDlg is a simplified implementation of a dialogue for text searching.
JBasicFindReplaceDlg - is a simplified implementation of a dialogue for searching and replacing of the text fragments.
JIntegerField is a control intended for input of numeric values. It allows setting upper and lower limits of legitimate values; restrict editing, if the user enters false information; or highlight the contents of the field if not allowed value is entered. Control over the focus is provided as well.
JSortedList is a control for selecting values from a big data list, including countries, cities, etc, for example. Auto completing upon user input is enabled, as well as auto scrolling through the list.
JOutlookBar is implementation of the well-known OutlookBar control. It has two work modes. It also allows selecting animation effects for the drop-down action.
JInternetLink is a control that looks like a usual link in the HTML page. It allows launching the browser installed in the system with an assigned URL as a default browser location.
JTreeComboBox is a combo-box in which the drop-down list is replaced with a drop-down tree.
JCheckBox is a check box with three status modes instead of two ones.
JCheckBoxPane is a panel which has a check box in the title and which is used to control a disabled and enabled state of the panel's child elements.
JHeapManager is used to show JVM memory usage at the moment. Control also allow activating the garbage collector.
JInputValidator is a control for marking the text fields that are required for filling. Such practice i
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