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Java GUI toolkits: why choose QT?

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Is there something that QT does better that would recommend it towards using it for creating Java User interfaces over Swing, SWT and AWT? Or are there some disadvantages of QT that one should be aware of compared to the other toolkits before getting into it? (I am aware of the licensing stuff already)

Are there any big/interesting projects/applications that have been built using Java's QT - Jambi?
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I have nevers used anything but Swing and AWT. They have served me well enough. Here is a link debating between swind and qt.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/422956/java-swing-or-java-qt
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Yeah I found the link via google myself as well and others. was hoping for some personal experience from developers. Oh well. Thanks for replying.
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