Hello all,
I finally get gvsig running on my pc.I moved the software folder to my desk 
top.And now,its crashes and shutdown when I click on the add layer icon. Any 
work around is warmly welcome.

Thanks
Amin

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On December 29, 2017, at 5:37 AM, Mario Carrera <mcarr...@gvsig.com> wrote:


Hi Matthew, 

what issues are they having? We would need more information about that to fix 
it. 

In some specific computers in Windows 10 - 64 bits with a concrete 
configuration there has been a problem when installing, that we haven't been 
able to reproduce it (only a few users have reported it). The solution is to 
download the portable version as Sergio told you. 

The portable version has to be unzipped in a path without spaces, and it 
doesn't have to be directly in C:\. For example, you can create a 
"gvSIG-desktop" folder and move the "gvSIG-desktop-2.3.1....." folder of the 
portable version to that folder. 

Let us know if it works and which were the problems. 

Best regards, 
  Mario 



El 28/12/17 a las 20:03, Matthew Conlon escribió:

The installation of gvSIG seems to be an issue for many people. This should be 
something that is focused on for ease of access by the creators so it's readily 
available and easy to use by more people. If someone is having issues simply 
downloading it, do you think they'll want to continue using it when then are 
more options out there for free use? 

On December 27, 2017 at 5:05 AM Mario Carrera <mcarr...@gvsig.com> wrote: Hi 
Amade, you won't be able to follow the course in ArcGIS because it's very 
different. The application used for the course is gvSIG, that you can download 
from the gvSIG website as it's indicated at the module 3. In gvSIG you can do 
almost everything that you do in ArcGIS, but the main advantage is that it's 
free and you don't have to pay for it. You can install it in as many computers 
as you want. There's also a free application for mobile devices (gvSIG Mobile) 
that will be shown at the last modules. Best regards, Mario El 27/12/17 a las 
05:00, Amade Milice escribió: 

Asunto: Re: The practical part starts at the "GIS for municipality management" 
course De: Amade Milice <amademilice...@gmail.com> Fecha: 27/12/17 05:00 Para: 
gvsig_internacional@listserv.gva.es Good morning, is that a problem, to use 
arcgis 10.2.1 for the course? 

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