Customizing Button Colors change in Fyne: A Step-by-Step Guide

Customizing Button Colors in Fyne: A Step-by-Step Guide

Fyne is a graphical user interface (GUI) toolkit for creating cross-platform desktop and mobile applications in the Go programming language. In Fyne, buttons are UI elements that users can click or tap to perform certain actions.


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In Fyne, buttons have a default color that depends on the operating system’s theme. However, you can customize the button color using the SetColor method of the fyne.Widget interface.

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The SetColor method takes a color.Color value as an argument, which specifies the background color of the button. You can create a color.Color value using one of the predefined color constants in the fyne package, or you can define your own custom color using the color.RGBA function.

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For example, to set the background color of a button to red, you can use the following code:

fyne color change

fyne color change

Alternatively, you can use one of the predefined color constants in the fyne package, such as theme.PrimaryColor(), theme.AccentColor(), or theme.ButtonColor(), to set the button color to a pre-defined value that matches the system theme.

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Further More

In addition to the SetColor method, there are several other methods in the widget.Button type that allow you to customize the appearance and behavior of Fyne buttons:

  • SetIcon(icon fyne.Resource): Sets the icon displayed on the button, using a fyne.Resource value.
  • SetIconPlacement(position widget.ButtonIconPosition): Sets the position of the button icon relative to the button label.
  • SetAlignment(alignment widget.ButtonAlign): Sets the alignment of the button label within the button.
  • SetStyle(style widget.ButtonStyle): Sets the style of the button, which can be one of widget.PrimaryButton, widget.SecondaryButton, or widget.TertiaryButton.
  • Disable(): Disables the button, preventing the user from clicking it.
  • Enable(): Enables the button if it was previously disabled.

Here’s an example that demonstrates how to use some of these methods to create a custom button with a blue background color, an icon, and an aligned label:

fyne change color

fyne change color

This code creates a new button with the label “Click me”, a checkmark icon, and a blue background color. The icon is positioned to the right of the label (ButtonIconTrailingText), and the label is centered within the button (ButtonAlignCenter).


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