Instead of this class, implement ExPropertyEditor and InplaceEditor.Factory. Also
create an implementation of InplaceEditor for the custom inline editor.
In the attachEnv() method of your ExPropertyEditor, call
Before you do any of this read the prose documentation on the
Explorer API and be sure you cannot do what you need with an existing
property editor - it is very rare to actually need to provide a custom
Enhances standard property editor to support in-place custom editors and tagged values.
Use of this class is strongly discouraged - the original
NetBeans property sheet did not specify a strong contract for when the
property should be updated from an editor such as the custom inplace editor
this interface allows you to provide. The new (NetBeans 4.0 and later)
property sheet does specify such a contract, and the InplaceEditor
interface exists to allow it to be fulfilled.