ImageJ doesn't start when it is performed by menu.
I can perform ImageJ from the terminal but when I open an image I can not close it (after processed image).
In attachment, a video that shows my problem.
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release: Fedora release 13 (Goddard)
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I don't understand what happen, it works here (x86_64 but I don't think it change anything for java).
I see you click really fast in the menu. Has you wait enough time ?
Does it work with older version of fedora ?
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> I see you click really fast in the menu. Has you wait enough time ?
Yes, I wait for the necessary time. I am fast in the video but I have made different tests before recording it.
> Does it work with older version of fedora ?
I do not know.
ok, sorry for this long long long time without answer (exams, moving, internship...)
But I try the package on some others computers, I never reproduce your bug.
Maybe your gnome menu configuration is bad ?
Has you tried to open ImageJ with a new user ?
Do you have this behavior with others software ?
You can try to create your own .desktop file using "alacarte", the gnome menu editor.
- yum install alacarte
- with this program create a new launcher, and if it works, send it to me, I will compare it to the file I created.
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