RnFR wrote:i can't get it to open DIYLC files at all. i get what looks like a tiny little board. you are saying that we should be able to open them and then save them in SM, right?
~arph wrote:Hi guys,
Posted this at the other forum too. Here is a little something I've been working on lately. (I'n not 100% electronics, more like 50/50 with software engineering)
Still a work in progress, but I feel some of you might enjoy trying it out.
You need Java 1.6+ and a OpenGL enable gfx card. Then click this link:
~arph wrote:That really is a bummer (I want you too use my program)
Could you elaborate a little on what you did ?
Did you create a new layout? or modified an existing one?
Any particular "odd" things you did?
Also did you get eny error messages?
What would greatly help is to turn the Java Console on, if there are errors they will show up in there and they would help me a lot.
In windows you go:
Start -> Run -> javaws -viewer
Then in the Java Control Panel that will show up (you can close the cache viewer window) there is a Tab labeled Advanced.
In the tree under Java Console, you can enable the Java Console.
Next time you start a Java program a separate window with the program output will show up.
This will not directly solve your problems, but might help me when you encounter a problem again. (so you can then see and post the actual error that occured)
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