lehmann at media-interactive.de
Tue Sep 11 02:16:12 PDT 2012
exactly the workaround I wrote about. But then I'd prefer to keep the
dynamic part in code because I don't want to maintain a second FXML file
and even load that N times. I guess it has some value if the dynamic
part is big but usually it is just about 10 lines of FXML.
On 10.09.2012 19:28, Greg Brown wrote:
> Why not just partition the template contents into a separate FXML
> file and re-load it each time you need a new instance?
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