Hi, guys! I m here to say thx for ur beautiful work around build nice GUI framework on top of JME. Last week i have tried Nifty, Tonegodgui and Lemur. Nifty IMHO too overhead, i mean we have to do too much work for just place some text or buttons on screen and as tonegode creator said NIfty has some duplicate entities (such as ScreenControl and AppState is made for the same). Tonegode is cool, straightforward and simple to understand, but i didn't found any way to use layouts, yes we have some classes but they didn't work(i will appreciate if someone can tell me how to use it properly). So impossible to use in dynamic builded GUI. And the last one i used was Lemur, have Layouts, but unfortunately pretty buggy, some controls may go unexpected size changing in runtime. So... i have to try JavaFX coz i using this beautifull framework in my job in several buisness applications and i have to say JavaFX is awesome. Javasabr, can u give me 1 example of how to use ur fork com.jme3x.jfx? I don't use gradle, i am maven user, so i can't compile ur JME3-JFX-master project. I installed jfx-1.3.2 at my local repo add it to my maven dependencies, but it gives me
looks like i haven't some dependency in ur jar. Please explain how to use ur fork. Thank u.