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  1. In Topic: JavaFX will not display my image

    Posted 22 Oct 2014

    View PostNebuchadnezzarXll, on 22 October 2014 - 04:52 AM, said:

    Got it!

    The files should be placed in the build folder for Netbeans, or bin folder for elclipse.

    Thanks again guys!


    When you create a jar, make sure you copy the file as well. We were showing you how to have it bundled with the jar, which is the best way to do it.
  2. In Topic: SICK OF THE COMMERCIAL SIDE OF CODING

    Posted 21 Oct 2014

    You are sick of the commercial side of coding, yet received more than a few recommendations to go work for a company...
  3. In Topic: JavaFX will not display my image

    Posted 21 Oct 2014

    I am running kubuntu 14.04 with the latest netbeans. I still think it is a file path issue. Post your netbeans project somewhere and I'll look at it.
  4. In Topic: JavaFX will not display my image

    Posted 21 Oct 2014

    Sounds like a file path issue. Here's a simple way to do it.

    In Netbeans, right click on "source packages" in project and -> new package.

    I named mine "img". Paste image there.

    Now src is root of the project when compiled and run, so to access the image file you just:

    Image image = new Image("/img/background.jpg");
    


    Go to src / then go img then get background.jpg in img.
  5. In Topic: Java browser api

    Posted 21 Oct 2014

    Some really fart smeller wrote a simple web browser tutorial about doing it with javafx. If you want to stick with Swing, you can use a JFXPanel, stick a JavaFX Browser in it, then stick the panel in your swing app.

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    techn9kotine1 Icon

    15 Oct 2014 - 19:49
    Hey there. Your answer on this post: http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/324691-how-to-start-on-a-game-inventory-system/
    Very helpful. But could you describe its use a bit more? Like displaying it, or how to represent the items in inventory with icons? or checking if an item is in inventory?
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