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I'm having trouble getting IntelliJ to open SceneBuilder even though I've followed all the instructions given in the lab directions and in Dr. Stonedahl's answer to another question on here. I am trying to redownload SceneBuilder to see if that helps. However, I am confused... what actually is the executable that we are trying to link IntelliJ to? Is it called SceneBuilder-20.0.0.msi?

asked in CSC305 Fall 2023 by (1 point)

1 Answer

+4 votes

On windows, the executable is the file extension '.exe'. Simply, it is the file you click on to actually open the SceneBuilder application. The SceneBuilder-20.0.0.msi' is the installer file.

answered by (2.1k points)

Yes, assuming you are on Windows, after downloading the MSI file, you need to run it to install SceneBuilder. Then after that you can tell IntelliJ where to find the EXE file.