This weekend, during my spare time, I’ve continued work on JMetro. The end result is a new Button and ToggleButton dark and light style. These new styles include a new animation when the button is pressed. Which can be turned on and off through CSS.
Finally I’ve quickly tweaked the Tooltip style.
This bumps up JMetro version number to 4.4. In this post I’m going to go into the details of this new version.
I have a big update for JMetro this time. Version 3.8 brings the following new Fluent Design (FDS) inspired styles (dark and light) and updates:
- New Radio Button style;
- New style for Check Box;
- New style for Menus;
- Updated style for Context Menu;
- New style for Choice Box.
[Update: This article has been updated on 20 July, 2018]
I’ve just released a new update for JMetro, bumping the version up to 3.3.0.
In this update you’ll find:
- New TreeView Fluent Design System (FDS for short, that was originally named ‘Metro’) inspired style;
- New Tabs and TabPane FDS inspired style;
- New Context Menu dark FDS inspired style and retouch of light style.
Hi again, this time the TableView “Metro” style gets added to the JMetro JavaFX theme. This amps up the JMetro version to 3.1.0.
The reason why I didn’t add the Table style before is because strangely there isn’t yet a definition for the Table in the Fluent Design System (previously Metro). There is a preview control, called DataGrid but is still in preview and will only be officially added later.
The JMetro Table style is a custom made style I’ve done based on the Fluent Design System’s other controls and guide lines.