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Thread: Retrieving the color property of a JButton

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    Default Retrieving the color property of a JButton

    Hi guys...me again
    I solved the 1st problem of the functionality of my JButtons but now i need to know if there is a method of retrieving the color property of a particular JButton? any help will be appreciated


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    Default Re: Retrieving the color property of a JButton

    The colors of components are referred to as the foreground (text color) and background colors. You can use the getters and for foreground and background to get those colors.

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