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Mandar Khire
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Hi,
I am trying to find out where exactly JavaFX Scene Builder in Java 8!
As per documentation
Download JavaFX Scene Builder from the Additional Resources section of the Java SE Downloads page at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html.

But i cant find in Oracle's website!
Can anybody help me?
 
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There appears to be a mistake in their website.
 
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Thanks Campbell Ritchie,
I found it, from where it install...
It appear in Previous Releases - Java Archive in given link, in that old releases at the bottom of page i found JavaFx related link.
I post it link as below:-
Previous Releases - Java Archive

I doesnt understand why that way kept by Oracle peoples!
I doesnt understand how Topic header changes
Java 8 & JavaFX Scene Builder

After '&', i not written 'amp;' then also how it appears?
 
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Mandar Khire wrote: . . . After '&', i not written 'amp;' then also how it appears?
Don't know. For some reason the forum software has changed the & to its HTML tag twice. I shall try correcting it.

And well done finding scene builder and telling us where it is. There were all sorts of things about “update your links” when I searched, but they appear not to have taken their own advice.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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