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  • #22180
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    antonyja
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    After testing iLive Editor with Windows 7, we are please to announce that there have been no problems found, and thus we will be supporting iLive Editor on this new platform.

    Antony Jackson
    Software Manager
    Allen and Heath Limited

    #24822
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    morgenstern
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    I tested iLive Editor on 2 Windows 7 Machines.

    on a normal workstation “Windows7 Ultimate 32Bit German” it runs ok. (clean fresh installation)

    on a notebook “Windows7 Ultimate 32Bit English” (installed parallel to a windows XP) i got a errormessage:
    launch4j: “an error occurred while starting the application”

    on the notebook i have to change the UAC “User Account Control” to “newer notify”.
    With this setting the Editor runs ok.

    at the moment i don’t have the time to look deeper in the system, the “problem” is solved for me…

    T112 / iDr-32

    #24833
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    timtrace
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    I’ve been running the Editor on Windows 7 x64 since 1.51. Found and resolved two issues, and it’s been smooth sailing:

    1> Window repaints happen much faster if you configure your Editor shortcut to “Disable Desktop Composition.” This turns off the Aero Glass interface for the duration of the Editor session.

    2> Don’t install the x64 Java VM. Not only does it run slower in browsers than the x86 version, the Editor just plain won’t run.

    YMMV —

    #24868
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    morgenstern
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    I spend some minutes ;) to look deeper in the system to find out what is the problem with the
    Error: launch4j: “an error occurred while starting the application”

    The findings: it is NOT a UCA issue like i wrote in my first post.
    The problem was a issue with „folder redirection“

    You will find „Folder redirection“ here:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerUser Shell Folders
    Specially the “Personal“ entry.
    if you don’t have the write permissions on the required folders, or if the folders don’t exist (and can’t be created): then Editor won’t work

    the required folders are
    “my documents” (on the desktop) the “personal” entry in the registry
    HOMEPATH{username}Allen & Heath
    (aka C:Documents and SettingsBobAllen & Heath
    or C:UsersBobAllen & Heath)
    And
    HOMEPATHAll UsersApplication DataAllen & Heath
    (aka C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataAllen & Heath
    or C:UsersAll UsersApplication DataAllen & Heath)

    (in cooperation with Andy Harbage from Allen&Heath)

    thomas

    T112 / iDr-32

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