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So I create Custom Java Panels then I put them in Tool Palette
So Now I Create Java Forms and put the panels in there
Then I create main class, In my first run on my project it is working - okay,
Then after few days, I create again custom java panels then I put them again.
Then My project doesn't detect my class even tho I create a new instance of them in main class. It says cannot create symbol (My class is in the same package and same project)
I think Netbeans has this bug, I tried compiling, restarting, opening and closing the project but nothing happens
Is someone encounter this? Any help would be appreciated thank you!!
 
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Please post more details; you haven't supplied enough information for us tto know what is going on.
 
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I've moved this thread to the NetBeans forum since it seems to be about NetBeans rather than Java programming. So maybe somebody looking there will recognize an FAQ or something.

However I'd suggest a clearer explanation. What you have so far just cries out for clarification.
 
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