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#94 invalid Locale Issue RealPhil

How do I adjust my system to deal with a Java locale issue? Is there a way for me to fake an en_US locale?

[J:\beta]java -jar tomighty-0.5.jar 6-Apr-2011 10:06:01 PM org.tomighty.log.Log info INFO: Loading messages for locale en_CA 6-Apr-2011 10:06:02 PM org.tomighty.log.Log info INFO: Messages file not found: /

Sorry for the troubles.

#100 invalid File does not appear in File-Open-Dialog (FOD) Batchheizer

Strange! The attached file does not appear in any FOD of Java-Apps. PDFSAM, VietOCR and Commonist do not show the file. The same after renaming or editing EAs. Also in AR 5.1 (Innotek). AR opens via d'n'd but the file does not appear in AR 5.1-FOD. Maybe its a ODIN-reladted problem.

#102 invalid Error on screen does not say where you can find the error Joop

[I:\dtp\jalbum_93]jalbum_j160.cmd SYS1804: The system cannot find the file KERNEL32.

What kernel32, where can I find it? Path statements are set correct as far as I can see; This is in the cmd file before JAlbum (in this case) is started. @echo off SET JAVAWS_HOME=i:\JAVA\JAVA160\javaws SET JAVA_HOME=i:\JAVA\JAVA160 set BEGINLIBPATH=i:\JAVA\JAVA160\bin;%BEGINLIBPATH% set pad=%path% set path=i:\JAVA\JAVA160\bin;%pad% I: cd I:\DTP\JAlbum_93

The part of the cmd file comes from the JAlbum 9.3 cmd file for running in Java 1.50. Never got the message can't find KERNEL32. Odin is installed and config.sys is updates, computer did restart correct. Suppose its a path thing, but first I need to know where I can find that KERNEL32 thing.

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