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import-bot (20211) [Avatar] Offline
[Originally posted by goldhahn]

I'm experimenting with the scarcely documented Multiplexing Look & Feel. As
you point out in your book on page 70, Swing emits a lot of trace to
You further suggest a way around this. This doesn't help. I look at the source
code shows what's actually happening: MultiLookAndFeel.getDefaults()
instanciates the UIDefault table as a MultiUIDefaults(). It is the getUIError
() method of this class that issues all the errors. All auxiliary LAFs are
appended to this table, i.e. our own getUIError() is never called.

The only way around I found is to set the swing.plaf.multiplexinglaf property
in to my own child class of MultiLookAndFeel and override the
getUIError method.

Is there an easier way of doing this? Am I missing something out and your code
is working after all?

Martin Goldhahn
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Re: Multiplexing LAF
[Originally posted by goldhahn]

I should probably mention that the book I referring to is "JFC Swing
Reference" by Stephen Drye and William Wake