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Re: Definition window

From: Emmanuel Pietriga <epietriga@nuxeo.com>
Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 14:39:39 +0100
Message-ID: <3FA7AC1B.8030802@nuxeo.com>
To: Krstic Goran <gorca@ni.ac.yu>
Cc: www-isaviz@w3.org

As far as your environment is concerned, everything looks fine. But I 
cannot try to reproduce your problem, as I do not have a Win98 OS 

However, everything works well under a similar configuration (just 
replacing Win98 by Win2000 or WinXP), so I suspect this is not an IsaViz 
bug but something related to your version of Windows or its combination 
with this version of Java. I don't really know. Maybe a search on Sun's 
Java bug databse would give a clue.

The behaviour you describe is quite weird. The Definition window is 
supposed to be resizable, and it actually is under all other 
configurations I've tested (mainly Windows 2000, XP and several Linux 
systems with different window managers).

As I said earlier, I don't have access to Win98, so it is difficult for 
me to help you further with this problem. Could you try to run IsaViz 
under a different OS (Linux or other version of Windows)?


Krstic Goran wrote:

> Hello,
> thanks for very fast answer.
> I use IsaViz 2.0, GraphViz-1.10.20030904.0415 and JVMs 1.4.1_02 under
> Windows98 SE.
> C:\IsaViz>java.exe -classpath
> lib\isaviz.jar;lib\zvtm.jar;lib\jena.jar;lib\xerce
> sImpl.jar;lib\xmlParserAPIs.jar;lib\icu4j.jar;lib\antlr.debug.jar;lib\junit.
> jar;
> lib\log4j-1.2.7.jar;lib\jakarta-oro-2.0.5.jar org.w3c.IsaViz.Editor
> My Definition window not initiated properly at start.
> He gets own icon in task bar end nothing more.
> I can use it only when it maximise by right click on the his button of the
> task bar.
> I can't control his size, only minimum and maximum.
> When I unchecked "Save/Restore Window Layout at Startup", I get Navigation
> window,
> but Definition window work like it done before.
> Goran.

Emmanuel Pietriga (epietriga@nuxeo.com)
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