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basha khan
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Joined: Jan 18, 2002
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hei i am new to this forum.
can i get a tool for making attractive GUI like windows media player GUI?. or how can i make that style GUI?
anyone plz..
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Chris Stewart
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Using java technology, you'll need to code your gui interfaces by hand. We don't have any tools quite like the ones in Visual Studio.Net.
basha khan
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i see
thank u james
see u later
basha
Nathan Pruett
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"basha" -

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Ummm... actually, if you get the Java Media Framework, it has built in controls for viewing and controlling movies... it's true that you have to make a Frame, put the panels where you want them, and then connect them up, but you don't have to code them up by hand... plus if you look at the Java Media Framework tutorial provided by JavaWorld, you'll see all of the code to do this...

Thanks! and welcome to the JavaRanch!


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Vikrama Sanjeeva
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Hi,
Originally posted by James Davis:
Using java technology, you'll need to code your gui interfaces by hand. We don't have any tools quite like the ones in Visual Studio.Net.

I usually develop GUI via JBuilder 3.0.It has drag-drop facility .
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Chris Stewart
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Originally posted by Vikrama Sanjeeva:
I usually develop GUI via JBuilder 3.0.It has drag-drop facility .

I also use JBuilder (6) for development but it's drag and drop functionality is nothing in comparison to VS.NET. I do wish it was though.
William Quantrill
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also, check out www.netbeans.org
take a look at the screenshots
netbeans has a GUI builder, although i prefer to work manually


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basha khan
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any suggestions for adjusting the window size with native resolution using an IDE???
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