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Adding custom panel to Palette

Jesse Miller
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I have a JAVA file that defines a custom JPanel that configures a tree structure. Some time ago I created it and added it to the palette just find. I then was able to drag that panel onto a JFrame I have created and everything worked perfectly. However, just recently something broke. Im not really sure what but now when I got to switch to Design view I get an error that the component cannont be loaded. Again, I did not change anything! I am wondering what happened. Any suggestions?
Rob Spoor
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Since you're obviously using an IDE with GUI builder I shall move this thread to our IDEs forum.
As a parting question, what IDE are you using? Eclipse, Netbeans, something else?


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Jesse Miller
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NetBeans IDE 6.8
 
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