Omega Weapon <omegap...@gmail.com> writes:
> On 17/06/13 19:47, Felix Natter wrote:
>> Omega Weapon <omegap...@gmail.com> writes:
>>> There is a separate failure where freeplane suddenly ignores all keyboard
>>> input, but I later confirmed this also happened under the normal
>> You could try to update to 1.2.23, but I don't know whether that would
>> fix it (probably not).
> OK, will wait till that and its dependencies hit testing. Not looking
> forward to it if this upgrade will visually trash my mindmaps though
You will have to re-apply the change (-Dsun.java2d.xrender=True) to
/usr/bin/freeplane (see above).
Since it might not be a Freeplane issue, I cannot promise that your
keyboard issue gets better (or even that it doesn't get worse) :-/ But
if it's a reproducible Freeplane issue, then Dimitry will probably (at
least try to) fix it.
> work I tried a recent version and they'd changed the way things were
> rendered, making it a lot less space efficient etc - went straight back to
> the 'current' version).
Do you refer to 1.3.x vs 1.2.x or 1.2.x vs 1.1.x?
Anyway, IMHO this is the price for high level java programming and a
rich feature set. Or are you referring to "screen space"?
> I was imagining I'd need to get C++ and Java progression to fight the
> keyboard issue.
Does the issue also occur with other Java software?
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