I have a small issue, but I think it’s still worth mentioning.
The ComboBox class seems to be missing a colour ID for its outline when in focused state.
Other components do offer it, like for example TextEditor::focusedOutlineColourId, but in ComboBox I can only specify the outline colour while not in focus via ComboBox::outlineColourId.
So in the screenshot below, I have set the regular outline to black, but I have no way to change the gray outline shown when I open the ComboBox.
I know I can just subclass it and override the paint method, but this just seems like something that was overseen or forgotten
I was just looking for the same thing and stumbled on this post.
In the end - I have a look and feel class already so I wanted to override the ComboBox pain method, but when I looked at it - it turned out that “ComboBox::ColourIds::buttonColourId” is used to draw that outline when focused.
So I just changed that colour though, but this is unclear and confusing. The documentation states “Base colour for the button”. Not clear what button is referred to here. I assume it is a button that represents one list item or just the one that triggers the drop down, but it would be much better if we could call this focusedOutlineColourId.
Yep, I’ll add a
Hi, I’m kind new in JUCE. Can you please let me know how did you set the background colour for the item in combobox. I have been looking but I am pretty stuck. Thanks in advance
Depends on which part you want to modify. The box’s background color itself uses ComboBox::backgroundColourId; look at the code for
LookAndFeel_V4::drawComboBox to see what’s going on. The dropdown list uses PopupMenu::backgroundColourId (comboboxes just use a popup menu to display the list).
Thanks for adding that in more than 2 years ago! However, at least Juce 5.3.2’s
LookAndFeel_V4::drawComboBox doesn’t pick it up… It has hard-coded
ComboBox::outlineColourId in there for the border. I don’t know if this is already fixed in a later version, but see it as a heads up.