kandi X-RAY | Mosaico Summary
kandi X-RAY | Mosaico Summary
by Michele Sciabarra and Sciabarra.com. A starter kit for building a Scala Cloud in AWS. Documentation is currently work in progress. Check this presentation on SlideShare. Also a conference video is available.
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One of the pages on this site has problems with the width on mobile, and I can't find the cause. I tested not displaying the table with 4 columns, which is the only unique element to this page (the other pages work fine). I checked the width properties on the html body, and there doesn't seem to be anything wrong. Any other ideas as to what might be causing this?
I use tables like this one:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-22 at 20:41
I want to obtain a list of tags in a corporate web
When I try to obtain tags in it, this works...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-05 at 19:17
list(generator) usually works :)
I am getting a NullPointerException regarding the location of my FXML. However, this only started to happen after I upgraded my JavaFX version (I need 13 to meet project requirements).
My main class:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-03 at 20:05
Location is required exception means that the resource passed into the
FXMLLoader.load(...) method was
null—i.e. not on your classpath.
It could be that you have supplied the wrong path or that you're using the wrong classloader or that you have misconfigured your classpath when you run the application. Perhaps that file is in your source folder but not being copied into the classes folder?
It's hard to debug from here. You need to work out where that
.fxml file is located and make sure that it is on the classpath.
Alternatively, you could load it from a file. E.g.
I have this data:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-06 at 08:24
Well, because of how it is built
sankeyNetwork, you need to start from 0 in your
links. As you can see from
landuse, your data start from 3.
You can reindex link to start from 0:
I'm trying to make a program with some filters of image by using JavaFx, so I need two button at least, one is a file chooser to open an image, and another one will be a choice box that allows to choose a filter.
My problem is how could a choice box get the path name or a file object from the file chooser.
here is my program unfinished :...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-20 at 02:09
I am not sure what is the exact issue you are facing. Firstly FileChooser is not a Button. It is a helper class to interact with ToolKit to open the OS specific file chooser and return the results. And obvisously, it will no keep record of the returned results.
It is your duty to keep a reference of the retrieved file. This can be done in "N" number of ways. As you question focuses on get getting the value from the open button, I would suggest the below approach.
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