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Substance 4.2 Swing look-and-feel released

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Substance 4.2 Swing look-and-feel released

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It gives me great pleasure to announce the official release for version 4.2 of Substance look-and-feel (code-named Memphis). Substance look-and-feel is a configurable and customizable production-quality Java look and feel library for Swing applications. The list of new features includes:

In addition to the core release candidate, the following Substance plugins and modules have been updated as well:

Additional Substance documentation resources:

A few screenshots of the new functionality in Substance 4.2:

Support for native text rasterization (viewed here with Segoe UI 12 pixel font under Windows Vista on JDK 5.0):

Component colorization with 50% factor (both background and foreground):

Respecting the KDE desktop font settings:

Better visuals for disabled controls under Raven Graphite skin:

Removing visual noise on tables and table headers in scroll panes:

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