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January 14, 2008

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Jim Weaver

Marvin,
I've had similar difficulties. I'm going to blog about this soon, but the UI runtime for compiled JavaFX Script so far has been a quick port from interpreted JavaFX Script that has allowed the JavaFX Script compiler project to move forward. There is a project known as Reprise that will be the "real" UI runtime for compiled JavaFX Script, and my suggestion would be to post this question on the dev@openjfx-compiler.dev.java.net mailing list, asking specifically if the Reprise project will address this, and whether a JIRA issue should be filed.

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

MarvinG

Jim,

Thanks for your answer. You're right, I didn't note that there were different syntaxes for both compiled and interpreted JavaFX code (I'm only 1 month old since discovered it).

Returning to the slider subject, I've been struggling with both sliders and spinners to make them "move" in decimal (from 0.0 to 1.0) step values, but all I get are increments in integer values. Is it possible to move the values in non-integer steps?

I know you have much more important things to read and more important questions to answer, so any help would be inmensely appreciated.

Thanks.
Marvin Garcia.

Jim Weaver

Marvin,

This is a compiled JavaFX Script example, and you are most likely using interpreted (since you're currently using NetBeans for development. Please see the Obtaining the Compiler post http://learnjavafx.typepad.com/weblog/2007/11/compiler-cheat.html to learn how to obtain the compiler, and build and run compiled JavaFX Script programs.
Thanks,
Jim Weaver

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