I would say it's deeply embedded. SB2 currently defines a fixed list of "property classes" that can be edited in the Inspector panel. Extending this list with a new type means: - adding some specific metadata that help Scene Builder to edit/create FXML text - adding some specific UI logic that enables the Inspector panel to present and let the user edit the value Doing this requires a pretty deep understanding of SB2 architecture.
Eric Le 6 janv. 2014 à 17:20, Richard Bair <richard.b...@oracle.com> a écrit : > If somebody else wanted to contribute, where should they go looking for those > limitations and how to remove them? Or is it very deeply embedded in the code? > > On Jan 3, 2014, at 2:15 AM, Eric Le Ponner <eric.le.pon...@oracle.com> wrote: > >> Yes, SB currently makes a filtering : for custom components, it displays: >> - properties that are inherited from JavaFX core classes >> - properties with basic java types (integer, double, string, boolean). >> >> We'll try to remove some of those limitations over the time. >> >> Eric >> >> >> Le 3 janv. 2014 à 11:01, Tom Eugelink <t...@tbee.org> a écrit : >> >>> >>> Adding the controls in JFXtras to SceneBuilder worked without a problem, >>> but scene builder does not show all their properties. For example >>> CalendarTextField has 5 properties like Locale, Calendar, DateFormat, but >>> only "promptText" is shown by SceneBuilder. >>> >>> >>> >>> >> >