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Michael Steinfeld wrote: >Anyhow.. How would I expect to run my program in >netbeans with out the runtime classpath set? Why would >it not default to somewhere like '/runtime/path/' >instead of "unknown" really odd. > >How do I set it? And what path do I set it to? I am >using 1.5 as my default JDK which I had to edit in >netbeans.conf ( very confusing as well ) Let me ask a simpler question: How are you learning NetBeans? Are you using some kind of tutorial or quickstart, or are you just wandering around in NetBeans without any references or guidance at all? >I also check the "help" tool but that is telling me to >"right click" scary, I am on a mac with a single >button mouse... "control-clickl" may work In general, "right click" will mean control-click on Mac OS X. However, if you plug in a two-button USB mouse, Mac OS X should automatically recognize an actual right-click as a control-click, without you having to do anything first. It worked for me when I plugged in a two-button trackball, with no extra drivers or anything. It just worked. >I have to laugh at myself (due to frustration)...but, >what is the "project node" and how do I right click >it? I am assuming it is the "projects button" .... Google is your friend. Searching for 'netbeans project node' found this right away: <http://www.netbeans.org/kb/41/quickstart.html> This may also be useful, under the heading "Tutorials and Other Articles": <http://www.netbeans.org/kb/41/> -- GG _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Java-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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