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Scene Builder 2.0, how to remove custom components ?

 
Claude Moore
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Hi guys,

I'm starting experimenting with Java fx and Scene Builder 2.0... I was able to add a simple (and silly) custom component to Scene Builder, but I cannot see anywhere a "remove component" option.
Can anyone help me ?

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Dhruv Bhanushali
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Follow this:

1. Go to your %USERDIR% and then browse into AppData\Roaming\Scene Builder\Library
2. Delete all JARs that you want to remove.
3. Next time you start Scene Builder, the custom components will be gone.

Good luck.
 
Claude Moore
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Thanks for your reply... I'll try as soon as possible... but I'm afraid that doing so, you will loose ALL custom components, won't you ?
 
Dhruv Bhanushali
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You can delete the specific JARs that you wish to get rid of.

I'm not sure but maybe you could open the JAR and delete specific classes as well.
 
Claude Moore
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Dhruv,

it works like a charm...

You really helped me.

 
Dhruv Bhanushali
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Welcome Claude.

This forum has helped me a lot. Just giving back a little.
 
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