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    Post Need Help with JavaFX

    I have been working working on Java swing for one year.
    But Now i want too work on Javafx.
    i've updaded my JDK to 1.7.0_45 which probably includes Javafx in it.
    I have been using Eclipse Juno for coding.
    I've googled alot on how to use javafx in eclipse juno all i got is that i can use a plugin named e(fx)clipse for this purpose.
    I have tried updating my eclipse as mentioned in the link ---> e(fx)clipse - JavaFX Tooling and Runtime for Eclipse

    But i'm unable to do so.
    I need Help with this.
    Note: I want to use "eclipse juno" for javafx as i'm comfortable wit it now.

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    Default Re: Need Help with JavaFX

    So... download latest version of Eclipse, install the plugins you want, done. If things still don't work, notice that 'forum' link at the top of that page you linked to. That is the place to ask for help with the plugin.
    "Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semicolon." -- Alan Perlis

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    Default Re: Need Help with JavaFX

    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    So... download latest version of Eclipse, install the plugins you want, done. If things still don't work, notice that 'forum' link at the top of that page you linked to. That is the place to ask for help with the plugin.
    I have downloaded and installed eclipse Kepler 4.3 which is latest probably, but of no use.
    JFXRT.jar is also present in my new JDK -->"C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_45\jre\lib jfxrt.jar"

    What should i do now?

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    Default Re: Need Help with JavaFX

    Yes I know that JavaFX is part of the JDK, I don't see what that has to do with this thread.

    What to do now? What I already told you to do: go to the forum of the third party plugin and ask for help there. Or bite the bullet and use Netbeans for your JavaFX development practices for now until the plugin matures enough that it even works on your computer.
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