|Modifying SWT look and feel for disabled elements [message #1082139]
||Thu, 08 August 2013 02:09
| Urs Beeli
Registered: October 2012
Location: Bern, Switzerland
I've shown our customer a first version of what the user interface of their new application might look like. They liked most of it but we will have several situations where users will have read only rights for certain forms and our customer found that the grey labels and grey field text on white background was on the one hand not easy to read on some screens and also not distinctly "disabled" enough for their taste.|
I am now wondering about a few things to improve this:
- is it easily possible to assign a different foreground and/or background colour to a field in disabled state?
- is it possible to not have the label "greyed out" for disabled fields?
Is there a way to "configure" the SWT look and feel to take the above into consideration? Or is my only solution to extend the SwtScout*Field classes? If the latter, any hints on what methods to overwrite?
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