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September 13, 2008

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sohbet

Very nice blog number one topic. All of the posts in this JFX Custom Nodes category were written in the JavaFX Preview SDK (prior to the JavaFX SDK 1.0 release), and some of the syntax is different. I plan to update it.

Jim Weaver

"did you check your code @ JavaFX 1.0 (Dec 4th 2008) because I am trying the code you supplied and i got a lot of errors"

adr choul,

All of the posts in this JFX Custom Nodes category were written in the JavaFX Preview SDK (prior to the JavaFX SDK 1.0 release), and some of the syntax is different. I plan to update it.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

adr choul

very good effort but did you check your code @ JavaFX 1.0 (Dec 4th 2008) because I am trying the code you supplied and i got a lot of errors ... e.g netBeans says it doesnt support "attribute" anymore.. only def or var.. any suggestions?

adr choul

i get a lot of errors from this tutorial when i try it out @ NetBeans 6.5 with JavaFX 1.0(4th December 2008).

create a Java FX project with 2 packages (com.javafxpert.custom_node and com.javafxpert.wizard_node_example.ui) and 4 classes OptionsNode.fx WizardNode.fx WizardPoint.fx(1st package) and WizardNodeExampleMain(2nd package)

A lot of errors, e.g it doesnt accept attribute as a parameter, it only accepts def or var(Netbeans), also cannot find symbol Font, cannot find symbol ToggleGroup, doesnt allow public function create in OptionsNode.fx, cant extend DeckNode in WizardNode.fx etc.. any ideas?

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