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The "skin" of the GUI is weird on my system.

XStudio is a java application that will automatically apply to its GUI a look and feel returned by your OS. Nevertheless, on certain exotic (often linux based) GUI, the resulting skin may look "weird". It's even possible that some features are not working (expand nodes on a tree etc.). In this case, you can enforce XStudio to use the cross-platform look and feel. On the fat client, add the following option to the command line:

--overrideLf javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalLookAndFeel

If you're launching XStudio from a browser, you'll need to set this server-side in the xstudio.jnlp file.
<argument>--overrideLf</argument> <argument>javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalLookAndFeel</argument> More details are available here.

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