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LipstikLF

LipstikLF is intended to be a Swing counterpart for the Lipstik KDE theme engine. It was written to be fast, clean, and as similar to original Lipstik look as possible. It should run both on Java 1.4 and 1.5.

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  •  17 Mar 2008 23:26

    Release Notes: A JRE 1.4 compatibility issue has been fixed. The rollover property should now behave correctly when multiple toolbars with different 'rollover' properties are added.

    •  26 Dec 2007 22:23

      Release Notes: Scroll bars and input fields have been made round. Popups look changed a bit. Internal frames with nulled icons cause no crash now.

      •  29 Nov 2006 00:28

        Release Notes: This release no longer extends the Metal theme; it is now a direct descendant of BasicLookAndFeel. The switches controlling the lipstik look have changed. The license is now GPL2.

        •  21 Aug 2006 20:54

          Release Notes: Right-to-left orientation bugfixes. Minor speed improvements. Checkbox icons have been changed according to the newest lipstik appearance. Two new themes have been added. The license has been changed.

          •  20 Apr 2006 10:27

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            27 Jan 2011 10:24 Xavion0

            Thanks for creating the 'Lipstik' Look & Feel, which works quite well in isolation. However, switching away from it can cause some problems.

            My application allows users to change its L&F at runtime. When I switch from 'Lipstik' to Java's 'Metal', the latter looks brown instead of grey.

            I'm already calling "SwingUtilities.updateComponentTreeUI(this)". Is there anything I'm missing? If this is a bug in 'Lipstik', how quickly can you fix it?

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