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+15 votes
asked in CSC305 Fall 2022 by (2.5k points)

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+8 votes

Go to Window→ Preferences → JavaFX and browse to find the SceneBuilder. Then you should be able to click on the fxml file and open in SceneBuilder

answered by (3.3k points)
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Also note if you have no idea where SceneBuilder is on your computer, there are handy command prompt or terminal commands you can use.

On Windows:
dir "SceneBuilder.exe" /s
On Linux:
realpath SceneBuilder.exe

+6 votes

I agree with Gavin's steps but I also had issues doing it as well and want to clarify.
Go to Window→ Preferences → JavaFX and browse to find the SceneBuilder.This is the Scenebuilder.exe file, and it may be easier to find the file path first by searching for it through your file explorer first. The way I did it was I searched my C: drive for scenebuilder.exe, then copied the file path to the promoted field for SceneBUilder Executable

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