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hi,

where can I find add-ons for the jbuilder5 or jbuilder4

I mean add-ons for scrolling the page etc...

thanks  
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http://community.borland.com (i think you have to register)...  It's in the code bank...

or

http://jbopentools.sourceforge.net

Good Luck!!

There is also a newsgroup:

borland.public.jbuilder.opentools

Tim.
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Here is a direct link to where you can find some add-ons

The mouse wheel support is here also!!!

http://CzerwonyKapturek.tripod.com/

Hope that helps
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