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Packages that use LookAndFeel
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.plaf.basic Provides user interface objects built according to the Basic look-and-feel. 
javax.swing.plaf.metal Provides user interface objects built according to the ``metal'' look-and-feel. 
javax.swing.plaf.multi The multiplexing look and feel allows users to combine auxiliary look and feels with the default look and feel. 

Uses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing

Methods in javax.swing that return LookAndFeel
static LookAndFeel UIManager.getLookAndFeel()
          Returns The current default look and feel, or null.
static LookAndFeel[] UIManager.getAuxiliaryLookAndFeels()
          Return the list of auxiliary look and feels (can be null).

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type LookAndFeel
static void UIManager.setLookAndFeel(LookAndFeel newLookAndFeel)
          Set the current default look and feel using a LookAndFeel object.
static void UIManager.addAuxiliaryLookAndFeel(LookAndFeel laf)
          Add a LookAndFeel to the list of auxiliary look and feels.
static boolean UIManager.removeAuxiliaryLookAndFeel(LookAndFeel laf)
          Remove a LookAndFeel from the list of auxiliary look and feels.

Uses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing.plaf.basic

Subclasses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing.plaf.basic
 class BasicLookAndFeel
          Implements the a standard base LookAndFeel class from which standard desktop LookAndFeel classes (JLF, Mac, Windows, etc.) can be derived.

Uses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing.plaf.metal

Subclasses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing.plaf.metal
 class MetalLookAndFeel
          Implements The Metal Look and Feel.

Uses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing.plaf.multi

Subclasses of LookAndFeel in javax.swing.plaf.multi
 class MultiLookAndFeel
          A Multiplexing UI Look and Feel that allows more than one UI to be associated with a component at the same time.

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