I am working wordPad Project and i want to ass fonts and size for letters.. and searching on the web i find this LJFontChooser (JFontChooser Component 1.0.5 API)
but in my Eclipse there is no JFontChooser! what is that..????
I know how to add fonts and size but i want something like JFileChooser for example a mini JFrame with fonts and size. A picture is like a thousand words :P
this Image is from notepad... this is exactly what i want.. there is any way to do that automaticaly like JFileChooser? or i should create one JFrame by my own?
That's part of a third party library, not part of the JDK. You need to download it and identify it to Eclipse as a dependency. I don't use Eclipse, so I can't tell you how to do that. If you don't already know how to do ti, ask a question in the Eclipse section.
Originally Posted by ShadowWalker
Before you go ahead, verify that the JFontChooser licensing terms permit your intended usage. Or if you like, you could try tweaking my Visual Font Designer, which has no licensing terms at all, to your needs.
oh i see.. i will check it !! thx for the fast reply!! and for the useful info!
Wait a Min!!! you say "my Visual Font Designer" is that yours work?!?! Omg amazing Work!!!