> are we able to paint afterwards the loaded component in order to obtain
nib4j provides two ways to include your own custom components:
1) Replace a component before the creation of a window:
nib.replaceComponent(³aLabel², new MySpecialLabel());
For this approach your custom component must extend the related Swing
component that is used by default.
2) Drag a custom control in your UI window and set the full qualified class
name (including packages) of your custom component as the Class ID. The
custom component must extend JComponent.
To test your custom controls within nib4j Viewer copy the necessary classes
into a folder called CustomControls. If the folder does not already exist,
just create one in the same directory where your copy of the nib4j Viewer is
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