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Lucas Smith
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Hi,
I am actually creating GUI in NetBeans visual editor. When I look at it in the design view - everything is OK. But when I compile that, some labels and other elements are not on their positions. Is there a recipe for this?


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pete stein
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Lucas Smith wrote:Hi,
I am actually creating GUI in NetBeans visual editor. When I look at it in the design view - everything is OK. But when I compile that, some labels and other elements are not on their positions. Is there a recipe for this?


Hm, create the GUI by hand? I have to agree with Darryl that it's harder to create a decent flexible GUI with NetBeans code generator vs doing it by hand.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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