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#111 wontfix ImageJ version 1.44l menu defects Joop

ImageJ version 1.44l started with Java 1.5 works just fine. Running with Java 1.6 gives the problem that windows can't be closed, the program can't be stopped, buttons for saving yes, no and cancel don't work. The strange thing is that other menu buttons do work, like mirror horizontal, sharpening etc.

#110 wontfix Exif-O-Matic 1.1.8 file open problems Joop

The program Exif-O-Matic version 1.1.8 ( ) runs fine without problems under Java 1.5. However, same setup, but now with Java 1.6 gives a strange behavior in the file opening menu. As soon as you click on the menu item for drives then the mouse-pointer can't reach the bottom of the drop-down "window", also the slider on the right side won't respond on the mouse-pointer or does it but in a very slow way and also you can't reach the last line of the list in the drop-down "window". There are no errors displayed.

#109 invalid Exif-O-Matic version 1.2 doesn't work new Joop

Exif-O-Matic version 1.2 does not work, it ends with this

[I:\dtp\eom]eom-j160.cmd Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError?: org/instituteofthefut ure/exif/ExifOMatic Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException?: org.instituteofthefuture.exif.ExifO Matic

at$ at Method) at at java.lang.ClassLoader?.loadClass(ClassLoader?.java:321) at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader?.loadClass( at java.lang.ClassLoader?.loadClass(ClassLoader?.java:266)

Could not find the main class: org.instituteofthefuture.exif.ExifOMatic. Program

will exit.

The contents of eom-j160.cmd is;

@echo off set pad=%path% set path=i:\JAVA\JAVA160\bin;%pad% set BEGINLIBPATH=i:\JAVA\JAVA160\bin I: cd I:\DTP\EOM java -jar EOM12.jar (the original file is called EOM.jar, but I have also the older version in the same directory) set path=%pad%

I did use because its a zip-file. It contains 3 files, a batch for Windows, a readme and the jar file. Throw away the batch, the readme doesn't contain important info we did not already know.

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