Yeah, I found that, but it doesn't seem to work for me.Josh said:Before creating the progress bar, add these lines:
Change the colors as needed.Code:
(got this from a google search)
Aqua is Aqua, you can't change it except for blue and graphite.NewbieNerd said:Okay, so it can be done if you use a different LookAndFeel ( I tried the Metal one ) instead of the default Aqua, but (a) I don't really want to change from Aqua, and (b) that doesn't allow me to change after creating stuff.
Yeah, makes perfect sense. I had figured the same since I first started trying to figure out how, but my boss thought it would look nice to turn the bar green/yellow/red, and I have very little GUI experience so I couldn't argue.bousozoku said:Aqua is Aqua, you can't change it except for blue and graphite.
You could probably find a look-and-feel that's similar that can be modified and that one might take fewer resources to run.