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I am following the StageCoachMain example in Pro JavaFX 2, in chapter 2. However, using NetBeans, for the following section of code:
Which gives the following error (setOnMouseDragged is the same error, method name changed):
method setOnMousePressed in class Node cannot be applied to given types;
required: EventHandler<? super MouseEvent>
found: anonymous EventHandler<MouseEvent>
reason: actual argument <anonymous EventHandler<MouseEvent> cannot be converted to EventHandler<? super MouseEvent> by method invocation conversion.
I have no idea what this means, or why it is caused. Interestingly, the code compiles and runs, although I don't know if properly as I don't know how the errors are affecting it and the rest of the example isn't covered until later in the chapter. What is causing this, how do I fix it and why does it still run with these errors?
As an aside, how do I supply a runtime argument (ie transparent, undecorated) to NetBeans? The book says via Properties -> Run : Arguments, but this does not exist.
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