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There’s a little annoyance
whenever you create a new NetBeans Platform Application project: When
you run the aplication and open the Options there’s “Web Browser” at
the top of the “General” section. This would be nice if it would work
out of the box, but it doesn’t. It shows an empty selection and when
you click “edit” you’ll get a NullPointerException. You could hide the
panel via the layer if you don’t need it, but most of the time I’d like
to have this functionality, and besides that hiding it would also hide
the Proxy settings which are on the same tab. And actually fixing this
got a lot easier with 6.5.
All you need to do is add “External HTML Browser” from cluster IDE10
to your suite and it will work. Maybe it would be a good idea to move
this module into the platform cluster. maybe together with Navigator
API which is also quite useful ( even if it’s only to get the
WindowSystem mode working ).
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