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<h3>Primary Links</h3>
<li><a id="buttonDownload" href="download.php" title="Download">Eclipse
Distribution, Update Site, Dropins</a></li>
<li><a id="buttonDocumentation" href="documentation.php"
title="Documentation">Tutorials, Examples, Videos, Reference Documentation</a></li>
<li><a id="buttonSupport" href="support.php" title="Download">Bug
Tracker, Newsgroup, Professional Support</a></li>
<li><a id="buttonInvolved" href="involved.php" title="Getting Involved">CVS,
Workspace Setup, Wiki, Committers</a></li>
<h3>Blank Window when trying to edit a visual class?</h3>
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<p>When running Java 16 the following line must be added to the eclipse.ini file:<br><br>
See <a href="">See bug 572210</a>
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<h3>WindowBuilder - is a powerful and easy to use bi-directional Java GUI designer</h3>
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WindowBuilder is composed of SWT Designer and Swing Designer and makes it very easy to create Java GUI applications
without spending a lot of time writing code. Use the WYSIWYG visual designer and layout tools to create simple forms
to complex windows; the Java code will be generated for you. Easily add controls using drag-and-drop, add event handlers
to your controls, change various properties of controls using a property editor, internationalize your app and much more.
WindowBuilder is built as a plug-in to Eclipse and the various Eclipse-based IDEs (RAD, RSA, MyEclipse, JBuilder, etc.).
The plug-in builds an abstract syntax tree (AST) to navigate the source code and uses GEF to display and manage the visual
Generated code doesn't require any additional custom libraries to compile and run: all of the generated code can be
used without having WindowBuilder Pro installed. WindowBuilder Pro can read and write almost any format and reverse-engineer
most hand-written Java GUI code. It also supports free-form code editing (make changes anywhere...not just in special areas)
and most user re-factorings (you can move, rename and subdivide methods without a problem).
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