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#39 fixed Decide on default fonts dmik

Currently, we set the default Java fonts to Helvetica, Courier and Times New Roman (which are always present in OS/2).

However, these fonts are not perfect. They don't contain Unicode glyphs and look really odd w/o anti-aliasing. We may consider choosing different fonts.

#40 fixed Can't find Jar file in default dir. Yoda_Java6

I try to start a Java app this way: java.exe -jar jeti2.jar

(Jeti2.jar is in cur. dir)


Error: A JNI error has occurred, please check your installation and try again Exception in thread "main" Jeti2.jar (File not fo und)

at Method) at<init>(ZipFile?.java:131) at java.util.jar.JarFile?.<init>(JarFile?.java:150) at java.util.jar.JarFile?.<init>(JarFile?.java:87)

If I start it like: Java.exe -jar K:\java1\jeti2\Jeti2.jar App loads, but then fails l8r with some other problem.

Looks like this Java 6 switches away from curdir, when it starts, and then can't find the app.

No earlier versions (1.31 1.41 1.42) shows this behavior, when started same way.

#41 fixed Odin pack 20101230 makes å, ä , ö not working in my browser melf

Sorry if this is the wrong place, but I can't really find out where to put it.

The Odin pack, 2010-12-30 which shall be used together with the java6 beta release, makes å, ä, ö to appear as other signs when writing in a input-window (like this) through a web-browser.

This goes back to normal when the previous Odin-release 2010-10-01 is installed instead.

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