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    Default Java Netbeans File Type help

    Hi, I'm a beginner.

    I attached a screenshot of where I'm at.
    Trying to start a new File, Swing GUI Forms, JFrame Form.

    I watched a youtube tutorial and he does not get the little SEACH box opening that I get.

    Can someone tell me what I need to put in the Search box because it will not let me proceed.
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    u dont need to put nth in the search box in order to create JFrameForm

    Just Go new file---> Swing Gui Forms---> JFrame Form.

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    Did you create a project first?

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    Is there an other way ? Create the project you want (Javaaplication)
    and then New file Jframe form ..
    It contains main method but remember to write FrameName.setVisible(true);

    Ex
    JFrame myframe= new JFrame();
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    myframe.setVisible(true);

    otherwise Netbeans will create the frame but u ll never see it.

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    Thanks.

    So I was able to work on another computer and did the same task.
    This time it worked normally and the Search box never opened. I could just click on the item I want (JFrame Form)

    I went back to my problem computer and found that if I enter into the Search box "JFrame Form" it allows me to continue.

    I'm aware I can setup JFrame s in other ways but this way should work and it does on one computer I have anyway.

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