Found 155 Questions for JavaFX

How to add an inner shadow effect to a text node in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 16-May-2020 05:55:15
You can add an effect to any node object in JavaFX using the setEffect() method. This method accepts an object of the Effect class and adds it to the current node.javafx.scene.effect.InnerShadow class represents the inner shadow effect. This effect renders the shadow of the given content inside its edges, with the specified parameters (color, offset, radius).To add a reflection effect to a text node −Instantiate the Text class bypassing basic the x, y coordinates (position), and text string as arguments to the constructor.Set desired properties like font, stoke, etc.Create the inner shadow effect by instantiating the InnerShadow class.Set the created ... Read More

How to add a drop shadow effect to a text node in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 16-May-2020 05:52:36
You can add an effect to any node object in JavaFX using the setEffect() method. This method accepts an object of the Effect class and adds it to the current node.javafx.scene.effect.DropShadow class represents a drop shadow effect. This effect renders the shadow of the given content behind it, with the specified parameters (color, offset, radius).Therefore, to add a drop shadow effect to a text node −Instantiate the Text class bypassing basic the x, y coordinates (position), and text string as arguments to the constructor.Set desired properties like font, stoke, etc..Create the drop shadow effect by instantiating the DropShadow class.Set the created ... Read More

How to add various fonts to text using text flow in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 16-May-2020 05:50:03
You can have multiple text nodes in a single flow using the TextFlow layout. To have different fonts to single text flow.Create multiple text nodes.Set desired fonts to them.Add all the created nodes to the text flow.Exampleimport java.io.FileNotFoundException; import javafx.application.Application; import javafx.scene.Group; import javafx.scene.Scene; import javafx.scene.paint.Color; import javafx.stage.Stage; import javafx.scene.text.Font; import javafx.scene.text.FontWeight; import javafx.scene.text.Text; import javafx.scene.text.TextFlow; public class TextFlowExample extends Application {    public void start(Stage stage) throws FileNotFoundException {       //Creating a text object       String str1 = "Hi ";       Text text1 = new Text(30.0, 110.0, str1);       //Setting the ... Read More

How to add LCD (liquid crystal display) to text in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 16-May-2020 05:47:16
The javafx.scene.text.Text class has a property named fontSmoothingType, which specifies the smoothing type of the text. You can set the value to this property using the set setFontSmoothingType() method accepts two parameters −FontSmoothingType.GRAY − This specifies the default grayscale smoothing.FontSmoothingType.LCD − This specifies the LCD smoothing. This uses the characteristics of an LCD display and enhances the smoothing of the node.To add an LCD display to a text −Create a text node by instantiating the javafx.scene.text.Text class.Create a required font using one of the font() methods of the javafx.scene.text.Font class.Set the font to the text using the setText() method.Set the ... Read More

How to add custom fonts to a text in JavaFX?

Maruthi Krishna
Updated on 16-May-2020 05:44:24
You can set the desired font to the text node in JavaFX using the setFont() method. This method accepts an object of the class javafx.scene.text.Font.The Font class represents the fonts in JavaFX, this class provides several variants of a method named font().as shown below −font(double size) font(String family) font(String family, double size) font(String family, FontPosture posture, double size) font(String family, FontWeight weight, double size) font(String family, FontWeight weight, FontPosture posture, double size)All these methods are static and returns a Font object. To set a font you need to create the font object using one of these methods and set the ... Read More
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