There is internal API:

com.sun.javafx.css.StyleManager.getInstance().reloadStylesheets(scene);

which is GONE in FX8 (but there it is not needed anyways) if you want to
support both platforms you need to use reflection to call it.

In e(fx)clipse preview I do:

> if( isJavaFX2() ) {
>       ReflectiveInvoke.onStyleManagerClass(scene);
> }

where the reflective vode looks like:

> public static void onStyleManagerClass(Scene s) throws Exception {
>               /*
>                * 
> com.sun.javafx.css.StyleManager.getInstance().reloadStylesheets(scene);
>                */
>               Class<?> cl = Class.forName("com.sun.javafx.css.StyleManager");
>               Method m1 = cl.getMethod("getInstance");
>               Object o1 = m1.invoke(null);
>               
>               Method m2 = cl.getMethod("reloadStylesheets", Scene.class);
>               m2.invoke(o1, s);
>       }




Tom

On 10.12.13 13:21, Werner Lehmann wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> is there a way to reload previously loaded stylesheets (in FX2)?
> 
> Currently I have to restart the application each time I am changing the
> css. It would be nice to just close and reopen that window instead to
> see the new styles. I'd like to unload css automatically when closing a
> window - in debug mode - in order to avoid the application restart.
> 
> Or, even better, define a hotkey to update css immediately. Much like
> shift+ctrl+8 for ScenicView (only works in FX2 as far as I know).
> 
> Rgds
> Werner

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