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 1. Run the Event Manager and note the new format of the ZonedDateTime property, as shown here:
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 Now when you run again, the property is displayed with a different format, which will depend on your locale, but might look similar to this:
 == Creating a Custom Editor
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 1. Run the Event Manager, and now you have a "..." button beside the property in the property sheet, as shown below:
 Click it, and your JLabel appears:
 If you were doing this for real, you would create a JPanel, and embed some sort of calendar and/or clock component to make it easy to set the properties; the code necessary to do it right would be a distraction here.
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 1. Click Browse next to the Library text field, and select the jar file you just download.
 Click Next.
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 1. Your paths will look different, but you should see something similar to:
 Click Next again.
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 1. Set the code name base to  ``org.github.lgooddatepicker`` :
 Click Finish and you should see the new module, wrapping the selected JAR:
 1. Right click the My Editor project node in the Projects tab in the main window, and choose Properties. In the Libraries page, click the Add Dependency button, and select your new "LGoodDatePicker" module.
 When you click OK, you will see the new dependency:
 Now you are ready to make use of the date picker. This will involve implementing a couple of NetBeans-specific interfaces:
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 1. Run the Event Manager again, select an instance of `EventNode`, and click the value of the date property in the property sheet. Notice that the date-time picker popup appears, and behaves exactly as it should, as shown below:
 == Registering DatePropertyEditor Globally