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    “User Desktop” in Java - framework needed

    Hello there!

    I'm looking for a framework to make virtual desktop for users in Java SE application. Something like JDesktopPane in Swing but more advanced.

    Needs are simple:

    user can arrange things on his desktop (like on desktop in any OS). You should be able to put any widget as an "icons".
    Ability to block desktop arrangements for re-customizations
    ability to create default profiles for different user groups

    Any ideas?

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    Re: “User Desktop” in Java - framework needed

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir_Mark View Post
    I'm looking for a framework to make virtual desktop for users in Java SE application.
    JavaFX is the highest level of desktop support on the Java platform.

    http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/ja...iew/index.html

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    Re: “User Desktop” in Java - framework needed

    But does it have something like JDesktopPane in Swing?

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    Re: “User Desktop” in Java - framework needed

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir_Mark View Post
    But does it have something like JDesktopPane in Swing?
    I'm sure it has because JavaFX can be viewed as a superset of Swing (they're interoperable). I don't know your expectations and needs. Have a look for yourself,

    http://docs.oracle.com/javafx/2/swing/jfxpub-swing.htm
    Last edited by nuzzle; January 16th, 2013 at 10:41 AM.

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