Customizing Tool Bars : JToolBar « Swing « Java Tutorial

  1. Using setFloatable(false) to make a tool bar immovable.
  2. Using setRollover(true) to make the edges of the buttons invisible when mouse pointer is out.
  3. Adding a separator to a tool bar.
  4. Adding a non-button component to a tool bar.
Customizing Tool Bars
import javax.swing.JButton;
import javax.swing.JFrame;
import javax.swing.JToolBar;

public class AddintJToolBarToJFrame {

  public static void main(String[] a) {
    JFrame frame = new JFrame();

    JToolBar toolBar = new JToolBar("Still draggable");


    toolBar.add(new JButton("New"));

    frame.add(toolBar, "North");

    frame.setSize(300, 200);


14.57.1.JToolbar: Toolbars provide a quick access to the most frequently used commands.
14.57.2.A Complete JToolBar Usage ExampleA Complete JToolBar Usage Example
14.57.3.Create a vertical toolbar
14.57.4.Adding separator for JToolBarAdding separator for JToolBar
14.57.5.Add various buttons to the toolbar
14.57.6.Customizing Tool BarsCustomizing Tool Bars
14.57.7.Toolbar with CheckBoxToolbar with CheckBox
14.57.8.Swing ToolBar with Image button
14.57.9.Preventing a JToolbar Container from Floating
14.57.10.Highlighting Buttons in a JToolbar Container While Under the Cursor
14.57.11.Determining When a Floatable JToolBar Container Changes Orientation
14.57.12.Customizing JToolBar Look and Feel
14.57.13.This class represents a separator for the toolbar buttons.
14.57.14.ToolBar button