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Java Desktop Application Problem

Alan Blass
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Joined: Mar 21, 2010
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Hi!

I am building a Java desktop application using Netbeans.

In my application, I dragged and dropped several buttons onto the panel. Everything is ok.

But yesterday, I dragged a button onto the panel in design view and it is fine. But when I run the application in Netbeans, the button is very small and the button text is not displayed.

I have tried resizing the button in design view but the button text is still not displayed. I have tried to delete this button and drag and drop another button but it is still the same. I have also tried dragging and dropping other swing controls like labels but they are not displayed.

Can anyone help?

Thanks.
Alan Blass
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Joined: Mar 21, 2010
Posts: 118
Ok. I found the solution.

I clicked on "Clean and Build" and now it is ok in Netbeans and when I run it in javaw.

Thanks for reading.

 
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