Uses of Class

Packages that use Color
Provides a generic debugger user interface that clients may customize via standard workbench extension points.
Provides a set of interfaces and classes for rendering and annotating text in the debug console.
Provides support for dialogs.
Provides classes that help communicate proper content for fields in dialogs and wizards.
Provides support for managing resources such as SWT fonts and images.
Provides a framework for creating and manipulating text documents.
Provides a content assist add-on for an ITextViewer.
Provides support for detecting and displaying hyperlinks in ISourceViewers.
This package provides the quick assist assistant add-on for an ISourceViewer.
Provides a framework for connecting document regions with annotations and for displaying those.
Provides a framework for viewers, which are model-based content adapters for SWT widgets.
Provides a general framework for creating and managing windows.
SWT Custom widgets.
SWT graphics classes.
SWT Win32 OLE implementation classes.
SWT widget public API classes.
Application programming interfaces for interaction with the Eclipse console.
Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Forms-based controls for use in views, editors, and wizards.
Custom widgets and controls for forms-based parts.
Provides a workbench adapter for displaying workbench elements in the UI without having to know the concrete type of the element, and various label providers for workbench-specific objects like editors, views, and perspectives.
Classes for the creation of workbench parts that integrate with the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Application programming interfaces for interaction with and extension of the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Provides the standard Property Sheet view which displays custom properties of the active workbench part's current selection.