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Revision as of 12:50, 6 March 2009

How to style SWT widgets using CSS


Widget: Control

SWT Method CSS Property Name CSS Example
setBackground(Color) background-color Button { background-color: #FF0000 }
setBackgroundImage(Image) background-image Button { background-image: some url }
border-color Button { border-color: ##FF0000; }
border-width Button { border-width: 3 }
border-style Button { border-style: dotted }
setCursor(Cursor) cursor Shell { cursor:crosshair }
setFont(Font) font-style

font-size
font-weight

font-family
Label { font-style: italic;

          font-size: 12;
          font-weight: bold;

          font-family: "Terminal"; }
setForeground(Color) color Button { color: #FF0000 }



Widget: CTabFolder

SWT Method CSS Property Name CSS Example
setBorderVisible(Boolean) border-visible CTabFolder { border-visible: true }
setMaximized(Boolean) maximized CTabFolder { maximized: true }
setMinimized(Boolean) minimized CTabFolder { minimized: true }
setMaximizeVisible(Boolean) maximize-visible CTabFolder { maximize-visible: true }
setMinimizeVisible(Boolean) minimize-visible CTabFolder { minimize-visible: true }
setMRUVisible(Boolean) mru-visible CTabFolder { mru-visible: true }
setShowClose(Boolean) show-close CTabFolder { show-close: true }
setSimple(Boolean) simple CTabFolder { simple: true }
setSingle(Boolean) single CTabFolder { single: true }
setUnselectedCloseVisible(Boolean) unselected-close-visible CTabFolder { unselected-close-visible: true }
setUnselectedImageVisible(Boolean) unselected-image-visible CTabFolder { unselected-image-visible: true }



Pseudo classes which can be used in CSS to style SWT widgets

SWT Widgets CSS Pseudo Selector CSS Example
Control :focus CTabFolder:focus { background-color: ##FF0000; }
Control :visible Shell:visible { background-color: ##FF0000; }
Control :enabled Text:enabled { background-color: ##FF0000; }
Control :disabled Text:disabled { background-color: ##FF0000; }
Shell :active Shell:active { background-color: ##FF0000; }
Button :checked Button:checked { background-color: ##FF0000; }
CTabFolder :selected CTabFolder:selected { background-color: ##FF0000; }