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March 22, 2008

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edwin

can you plz send me the finished dice with everything working. or just the src. i have to make a board game with javaFX for my final project of ict on my school. but i only have 1 dice now and your 2 dice project is perfect.

ive tryed to copy all codes into netbeans but i get lotsa errors and cant find the problem

Noel

I have copied this Dice program and im trying to run it but im getting error " javafx.ui" package does not exist.Im using NetBean6.5. I have the jar file"javafxgui.jar" in my library.what i have to do to make it run? Thanks

Jim Weaver

"I have copied this Dice program and im trying to run it but im getting error " javafx.ui" package does not exist.Im using NetBean6.5. I have the jar file"javafxgui.jar" in my library.what i have to do to make it run? Thanks"

Sasi,

This example was built on a pre 1.0 version of JavaFX. Any examples in this blog after December 4, 2008 should run fine on the current version of JavaFX. Regarding this example, if you're planning on learning JavaFX, would you mind converting this Dice example to JavaFX 1.1? I'll create a blog post that features your conversion.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

Sasi

I have copied this Dice program and im trying to run it but im getting error " javafx.ui" package does not exist.Im using NetBean6.5. I have the jar file"javafxgui.jar" in my library.what i have to do to make it run? Thanks

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