On 02/21/2014 05:36 PM, Aliaksei Kishko wrote:
This is intended and it's because controls (and anything that directly
derives from Parent or Region) manage their children themselves. So it's
usually just the model you set for the control and you don't have to
worry about the actual Nodes being created for you.
2) The abstract class Parent has private ObservableList<Node> children and
protected ObservableList<Node> getChildren(), but ChoiceBox, ComboBox,
SplitMenuButton, GridPane, Accordion, TabPane, ScrollPane etc. - they all
are Parent too, but don't use children and have different containers:
children, items, panes, content etc... I would like to have one way to get
See https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-26437. We've tried to change
this, but unfortunately it was too late. You can use *Value() calls on
the Number to get the value you want.
4) All of Number property classes, for example IntegerProperty,
FloatProperty, DoubleProperty etc implement Property<Number>... Why not
<Integer>, <Float>, <Double> etc.?
I can't use it in collaboration with StringConverter<Number> - I need use
accordingly StringConverter<Integer>, StringConverter<Float>,