Dude, chill out. Your behavior continues to be inappropriate for the JUCE message board. Feel free to continue to insult me with private messages, but respect the other users of this message board and stop posting this stuff in the thread.
yes, if it has, I’ll mute you first in my thread, will you feel happy?
It’s not insulting at all, at least in the first and second reply for cpr. I invited my colleagues to see this thread, all of them happy to laugh. Seems you guys should learn some language skills of Chinese rather than C++ only…
Never mind. I think you guys just jealous with jimc.
OK, anybody here come to my home when you have free time, I’ll certainly entertain you all with the best delicacy in the world too
That button IS in the JUCE library… Even if they implemented that specific look for the toggle button, everyone would still need to override it for their specific application, thus making your request worthless.
@loopfine - The messages you have posted in this thread are not acceptable on the JUCE forum.
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We are not going to add such a specific bit of functionality to the JUCE API. As a few people have indicated, creating your own button is relatively straighforward and the JUCE API is already pretty big - the more features we add the harder it is to navigate and maintain. GUI elements in particular get outdated relatively quickly. However, there is clearly value in making the code required to create a button like this easily discoverable. We’re currently in the process of improving our documentation and I think including something like @jimc’s button implementation as a code sample or snippet would be useful to a lot of people. Another thing we’re considering is something along the lines of a JUCE module marketplace where JUCE users could contribute their own modules containing things like ready-styled buttons and sliders.
I don’t think there is much to add to this topic. Please start a new thread if you wish to discuss anything related.