there were some changes in the jar distribution of jME3. Basically theres no jMonkeyEngine3.jar anymore but separate jME3-xxx.jar files. This allows for better separation of the parts for different operating systems, projects etc.
Could I get an already compiled version of the jar files? (containing the .class files)? I know this might sound strange, but I use Maven, and I uploaded all the new jars to my repository. I am not sure what’s going on but some functions (like Cinematic.setTime()) I can see them in my Cinematic.class but Eclipse does not recognize them.
I am sorry but the jar file is OK. If you use eclipse, make sure you do not have any overlaps in the “Java Build Path” e.g. when you import another project which contains jME3 sources (to maybe see them) they might override classes from any jar files you added. I recently looked a bit more into how Eclipse handles the class path and since apparently many users feel like importing whole eclipse projects you can easily mess up your project pretty much classpath-wise due to mixed settings. Maybe make sure you remove everything so that it gives you lots of errors and then add only the jar files to the build path.