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Multiline Label [Win/Mac] [Latest 2022] - The-Chef

Multiline Label [Win/Mac] [Latest 2022]

Multiline Label is a useful tool that allows Java developers include more text in their applets by creating multiple lines. The package includes the Java class and a sample applet designed to help you embed the slider in your applications.
You can use this tool to display more than one line and format the text by specifying the line height and cell padding.

Sets a label to display more than one line. The first line starts
with the left most character of the first line.
Multiple labels can be defined in the same frame.
The left and right labels are specified in pixels while the label
height is specified in characters.
Spaces are used to separate the lines of text in the label.
The lines are separated by colons, which can be replaced with
something else if you want.

Below is an example of how this class can be used:
import net.miginfocom.swing.MigLayout;

import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.plaf.MultiLineLabelUI;

import java.awt.Color;
import java.awt.Dimension;
import java.awt.Font;
import java.awt.Graphics;
import java.awt.Insets;
import java.awt.Toolkit;
import java.awt.event.FocusEvent;
import java.awt.event.FocusListener;
import java.awt.event.MouseEvent;
import java.awt.event.MouseListener;
import java.awt.event.MouseMotionListener;
import java.util.List;

/**
* Slider Label example showing using multiline label
*
* @author Leo Dos Santos
* @version 1.0
*/
public class MultiLineLabelUI extends MultiLineLabelUIBase implements
FocusListener, MouseListener, MouseMotionListener {

private List lines = List.of();

private String labelLine1 = “Hello”;
private String labelLine2 = ” “;
private String labelLine3 = “World”;

private int labelWidth, labelHeight;

private int inLabelWidth, inLabelHeight;

private int startY, endY, tempY;

private int labelStartX = 0;
private int labelEndX = 0;
private int inLabelStartX = 0;
private int inLabelEndX = 0;

private boolean lastFocus;

private Color backColor = Color.lightGray

Multiline Label – Java

The sample applet below is designed to help you embed the slider in your application by creating more than one line of text. As you can see, you can specify the following settings:

Line spacing – The space between lines of text

Cell padding – The space between the cells of text

Padding top – The space from the top of the cell down to the line

Padding left – The space from the left of the cell down to the line

Padding right – The space from the right of the cell down to the line

Border – The border thickness

Height – The height of the text when the slider is not on top of the label

Select the scale below by clicking on any of the drop down menus, then click on the label that you want to use.

If you would like to download the sample code and preview the output, please see the sample applet.

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Multiline Label in action:
Multiline Label Sample Applet:

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What’s New In Multiline Label?

This package includes the Java class “Label”, an advanced version of a
standard applet label that allows Java developers to include extra text
in their applets by using multiple lines. Use this component to enhance
your applet’s appearance and user experience. If you’re comfortable
applying HTML in your applet, you may prefer to use the standard label
package.
“Multiline Label” package includes the Java class “MultilineLabel”, an advanced version of a standard Label component that allows Java developers to include extra text in their applets by using multiple lines. Use this component to enhance your applet’s appearance and user experience.
This package is intended as a superset of all available components that make up the “Java Visual Component Library”.
Package Contents:
* librarangetoolkit.jar
* jface.jar
* osgjava.jar
* jogl.jar
* jogl_awt.jar
* applet.jar
* MultilineLabel.java
* MultilineLabelDemo.java
Description of Multiline Label:
The Label component is an advanced version of a standard applet label
that is often used to display simple text and simple graphics. However,
Label is also a good choice to display text that is formatted with HTML
and graphical components, such as links, images, and interactive buttons.
It has extended capabilities compared to a standard applet label. For
example, it includes more fine-tuned management of line height and cell
padding, and it’s more self-contained than the standard component.
You can use this component to enhance your applet’s appearance and user
experience. If you’re comfortable applying HTML in your applet, you may
prefer to use the standard label package.
The label component creates a label for each item that you add to your
Java applet. The label container for each item is created when the item
is added. You can then change the label for an item in any of three
ways:
1. You can change the text that is displayed in the label.
2. You can choose to display an image instead of text.
3. You can set a link, or add an interactive button, to the label.
When you add an item to the applet, it is added to a component array and
a label container array. You can reference each element in the array by
name

System Requirements:

A Pentium 2 processor or better
A 14″ or 15″ screen
At least 1024 KB of memory
The following software is recommended:
Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook for DOS.
Microsoft Outlook for DOS is NOT recommended.
JAVA Virtual Machine for MS-DOS, available at
Extended Memory 101, available at
Printing Package (LPT) support and possibly an

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