Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of DevelopingWorldPainter


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12/26/21 14:21:29 (13 months ago)
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  • DevelopingWorldPainter

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    33= GUI forms =
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    5 Most of the GUI forms (Swing frames, dialogs, panels, etc.) have been created with [https://netbeans.org/ ​NetBeans], which is why you will see `.form` files in the source next to the Java classes. By far the easiest way of editing these forms visually is to actually use !NetBeans, which is a very good IDE with good Maven support and an excellent visual designer (one of the few which supports the !GroupLayout).
     5Most of the GUI forms (Swing frames, dialogs, panels, etc.) have been created with [https://netbeans.apache.org/ ​NetBeans], which is why you will see `.form` files in the source next to the Java classes. By far the easiest way of editing these forms visually is to actually use !NetBeans, which is a very good IDE with good Maven support and an excellent visual designer (one of the few which supports the !GroupLayout).
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    77If I ever start accepting pull requests, it will probably be a requirement that any changes to visual forms have been done with !NetBeans so that the `.form` files remain in sync with the Java classes. If that is not in your plans then you can of course use any visual designer you like, such as the excellent ​[https://www.formdev.com/ JFormDesigner], which can import !NetBeans forms, or edit the Java classes manually.