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Can someone help with a annoying feature of NetBeans

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I am designing a GUI in NetBeans and getting highly frustrated that it keeps resizing components.  I dont mind it "snapping to grid".  But double the size of things just does not make sense

I have looked in the options setting and have taken off Snap to Grid, but it still is behaving this way.

Any ideas?
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Mmm i have never experience this before.  have you tried reinstalling...

an alternative is to use eclipse IDE - some developers say it is much better....

http://www.eclipse.org/
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