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Thread: Need help setting different scenes from button click in a SplitPane setup

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    Question Need help setting different scenes from button click in a SplitPane setup

    GDay All,

    I am new here and new to JavaFX, so be gentle with me, please.

    To outline my issue, I have a stage with the following:

    AnchorPane (Main Scene/Window)
    MenuBar
    SplitPane
    --AnchorPane (fxcid=leftPane)
    --AnchorPane (fxcid=rightPane)

    The AnchorPane fxcid=leftPane contains buttons and icon images only. This pane remains static and does not need to change.

    When I click on a button in leftPane, I would like to load the scene.fxml for the AnchorPane (fxcid=rightPane) when I click on it's button in leftPane.

    First of all, how would I address the AnchorPane fxcid=rightPane specifically and load a new scene into it?

    All of the tutorials and code examples I have found and followed all seem to show how to switch 2 scenes (Panes) and fail when I try to expand them to cover 9 different scenes (Panes). Of course, all the tutorials all seem to address every type of pane except an AnchorPane within a SplitPane ... lol

    Am I going about this the wrong way?

    Clearly, I am missing something.

    I would appreciate any help you can offer.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Need help setting different scenes from button click in a SplitPane setup

    Probably. Where's this AnchorPane window located? Is it in some browser you're on or do you have it on some NetBeans and working on it there? Is the network you're on allowing Windows to show the finished program compiled product? Java.

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    Default Re: Need help setting different scenes from button click in a SplitPane setup

    Sorry, I should have stated that I was using the Eclipse IDE.

    Needless to say, I solved my issue. It seems that all of the code I tried, may have been functional, but for some reason it would not work in Eclipse.

    I went to the Project menu and clicked on Clean and after that I was able to get things working ... sigh.

    Thanks for the help though
    Regards
    Andy M

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