B4J Question Form style Unified?

ThRuST

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I've noticed that formstyle UNIFIED is used sometimes. However I cannot find it part of the method description.

Why's that?

B4J v6.51
FormStyle.png
 

Daestrum

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I seem to recall that some systems had a problem with form style UNIFIED.
(you can still set it as such it just doesn't show in the hint box).
 

ThRuST

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Then why isn't it part of the intelisense comments if it exists? or is it depricated?
 

Daestrum

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I think it caused more problems than it was worth. It generated a lot of "why doesn't my program work?" questions.

It's one of those things not all systems support.

UNIFIED
public static final StageStyle UNIFIED
Defines a Stage style with platform decorations and eliminates the border between client area and decorations. The client area background is unified with the decorations. This is a conditional feature. If the feature is not supported by the platform, this style downgrades to StageStyle.DECORATED
` NOTE: To see the effect the Scene covering the Stage should have Color.TRANSPARENT
Since:
JavaFX 8.0
 

ThRuST

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Thanks for pointing this out. It is indeed important so I will leave that one out.
 

ThRuST

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Reminds me of installing JavaFX on vmWare with High Sierra and Mojave. Perhaps someone else had an empty Java settings form.

I could even start a new question for this.
 
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