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What Software to design Java GUI?

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Can someone intro me some good software tools that I could use to design a Java program's GUI? May be just a software that can let me draw the layout, not necessarily able to auto-programming.
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by:CEHJ
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That's a double-edged sword. If you're looking for a way to avoid some of the occasional complexities of Java layouts, using an IDE will ultimately make it harder for you
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by:gillgates
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I juse Borland JBuilder... It cost money for the full version but I think you can get a trial version free to see if you like it.

http://www.borland.com/products/downloads/download_jbuilder.html
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by:jtcy
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Thanks guys. Possible to find a....cra** for any? hehe....
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by:gillgates
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You can find one from pretty much anything but I am sure you won't get help looking for that here...
I wouldn't ask for anymore, you could get in trouble.
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by:girionis
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Most of them are free, why do you need a crack anyway?
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by:bladefist
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visual j .net
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by:Venabili
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NO questions for cracks here please :))

For the tool - NONE. Or you  will end with a tone of code you do not need and any change will make you want to be dead (especialy if for some reason you need to change something by hand and then return in the tool) :) (and by the way I am speaking mainly for JBuilder - if you workl alone it may be OK but in a team....))

Just my personal experience :(
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by:gillgates
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CEHJ,

Did we answer your question?  Its been a while since anyone has commented...  If not explain what you are looking for.
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by:Venabili
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gillgates,

When trying to wake up the Asker, try to ask the Asker and not one of the experts :)
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by:gillgates
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HA sorry, jtcy wake up!
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:)
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