Fx.Tooltip

class Tooltip(s: Ref.Opt) extends Fx.Popup.Control
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__.scala
class Fx.Window
class java.lang.Object
trait scala.Matchable
class Any

Def

def attachTo(n: Fx.Node): Unit
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__.scala
def centerOnScreen: Unit
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Window
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__.scala
lazy protected val eventStore: Event.Store
Inherited from
Provider
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Provider.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("graphic_Pro")
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__.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("height_Pro")
lazy val height_*: O
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Window
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__.scala
def hide: Unit
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
def onHidden[U](l: () => U): Fx.Event.Control
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
def onHiding[U](l: () => U): Fx.Event.Control
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
def onShowing[U](l: () => U): Fx.Event.Control
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
def onShown[U](l: () => U): Fx.Event.Control
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
final def real: Fx.Tooltip.REAL

JavaFX peer

JavaFX peer

Returns the real JavaFX peer, which makes GUI happen

JavaFx controls can be manipulated directly, especially for functionality not implemented in ScalqaFx

Inherited from
Gui
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__.scala
lazy val scene: Fx.Scene
Inherited from
Window
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Window.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("scene_Opt")
final def scene_?: Opt[Fx.Scene]
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
def show(w: Fx.Window): Unit
Inherited from
Window
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Window.scala
def show(w: Fx.Window, x: Double, y: Double): Unit
Inherited from
Window
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Window.scala
def show(n: Fx.Abstract.Parent, x: Double, y: Double): Unit
Inherited from
Window
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Window.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("width_Pro")
lazy val width_*: O
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("x_Pro")
lazy val x_*: O
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala
@scala.annotation.targetName("y_Pro")
lazy val y_*: O
Inherited from
Window
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__.scala