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How use UIDefault for create new look and feel for swing

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Hello guys,

I'm developing a new look and feel for java, this look and feel import the Material-style.

I had used the UIDefault for import the change inside the look and feel, so now I must uninstall the look and feel and I have a problem with this operation.

The look and feel con not removed correctly, now I've used for all operation the UIDefault map and I think this is an error because my constant override the old constant and when I go to remove my look and feel. the new look and feel don't override my constant

This is the code on github for UIDefault at line 208

This is my look and feel

This is the wrong effect

The demo is inside the src/test/integration/gui/mock

I wanted to ask you if the problem is the one described above and especially if I used UIDefault badly
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