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Hi Experts,
I am trying to design a form/interface with swingX component JXTaskPane.
I added the components to the Palette. When I drop JXTaskPane onto my Form, netbeans does not save the changes?
What gives?
Please help.
What is the recommended way to add SwingX components to netbeans so that we can build forms by drag and drop from the swing X components
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Thanks.
I did that but on my own. So I missed a step. I deleted everything and followed the steps exactly as indicated in the webpage.
 Worked great.
THANKS
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