Game.java File is not Created

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Joined: 05/14/2013

 Hello, I am new to these forums, and this is probably a stupid question, but I am just utterly stuck. I am new to Scene Creator just so you know. I was following the Lessons that this website gives, but when I get to "Object Interactions" it requires me to run the Game.java class. In the video tutorial it is automatically created for the person, but for me it is not. Is there a way to make Scene Creator create a Game.java file for me, or is there code online for it for Scene Creator? I already have a bunch of Game.java files for Env3d, but none specifically for Scene Creator. Thanks to anyone that can help me, it would be really appreciated.

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Joined: 12/13/2010
Are you using BlueJ or

Are you using BlueJ or NetBeans?  Basically, you have to make sure that Game.java does not already exist in the default package.  You will need to remove the Game.java file that is already there.

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 I am using BlueJ. I removed

 I am using BlueJ. I removed all files that were named Game.java on my computer just to be safe and when I rewent through the process the Game.java file still was not created. Could there be another possible reason that it would not be created, the GameObject.java file is not created either, so I just import it into BlueJ. The only Classes that are created after I save the World in Scene Creator are my model Classes.

 

EDIT: Nevermind, I just unzipped the folder again and started from scratch, it works perfectly now, I don't know why it wasn't working with my other one. Thanks for the assisstance though.