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    [RESOLVED] My eclipse windowsbuilder won't work with java 12 (I have eclipse 2019 06)

    I'm having all sorts of problems with running a gui in this new eclipse 2019 06. Full disclosure I am a beginner to programming in general, but I would like to think I can follow online video instructions. But this thing is saying it can't interpret JFrame, EventQueue and all sorts of other things. Is my path wrong? Something else? Please help?
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    Re: My eclipse windowsbuilder won't work with java 12 (I have eclipse 2019 06)

    Why an image of a pre-submitted post to this forum??

    What error messages are you receiving (cut and paste - not a screen image)?
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    Re: My eclipse windowsbuilder won't work with java 12 (I have eclipse 2019 06)

    Sorry, I am super new and obviously a noob. I think I sort of fixed it. Actually, I don't think it was an issue with the software, more that I was ignorant with the process of how to make it work. At least I have it working now, but I am still learning how to make the GUI's work with Java on Eclipse.

    Thanks for the help!

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