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I'm sorry. I should have reread that before I hit submit. I should be clear that vertical scrolling does in fact work. Actually Jaikoz responds to horizontal scroll events too though it causes panes to be scrolled vertically for some reason.

There was one last thing I forgot to mention. When I scroll there's a bit of lag. More exactly, when I drag my fingers down the trackpad the pane immediately starts to scroll as it should but when I stop dragging the pane continues to scroll. The fact that the amount of time the scrolling is continued after I stop dragging seems to be proportional to the length of time I drag my fingers makes me think that Jaikoz/Swing is building up some buffer of scroll events faster than it is scrolling the pane. This causes a lag of sorts and makes the UI feel rather clunky.

While this isn't a huge issue and I have a feeling it is in reality a deficiency in Swing it does adversely effect the users experience and makes Jaikoz feel somewhat unpolished.

Thanks for your time.

My MacBook I can usually scroll windows vertically and horizontally by dragging two fingers on the trackpad. For some reason Jaikoz doesn't respond to these gestures. I'm not sure if this is a limitation of Swing or something specific to Jaikoz; I'm not all that well versed in Java toolkits.

If window scrolling could be implemented some how it would go a long way to making Jaikoz's interface much more comfortable and natural.

Thanks for the hard work. I'm pretty sure I'll be buying a license in the next few days.

--adam
4ms,

Thanks for the reply. I downloaded v2.2.0 from Download.com and it works beautifully. Just as a precaution I deleted v2.2.1 from /Applications as well as ~/Library/Preferences/Jaikoz/ before installing the older version.


Paul,

If after playing with v2.2.0 I decide to buy it will the license key that I receive work with older version such as v2.2.0?

--adam
Paul,

Did this issues manifest itself starting v2.2.1; if it did, would you mind posting a link for v2.2.0? I'd really like to try Jaikoz.

--adam
Thanks for the response Paul. I get this error my first time running Jaikoz. I've even tried deleting Jaikoz from my applications folder, deleting ~/Library/Preferences/Jaikoz/, downloading a new copy of Jaikoz and reinstalling but I still get the same error.

For completeness sake I'll attach the settings.jai file created after the initial run attempt on my computer.

I'm experiencing this issue on a MacBook (Core2Duo based, "late 2006") running 10.5.1 (upgraded from 10.4.x) with Java 2 build 1.5.0_13-b05-237.

--adam
I forgot to ask. Is there any way that I can download a previous versions of Jaikoz that I might be able to try?

--adam
Has there been any movement on this issue? I'm trying to install Jaikoz for the first time. I really need a good tagger for OS X. I plan on buying myself a Jaikoz license but would like to get the demo up and running before paying US$30 for it.

Code:
 
 Darwin toaster 9.1.0 Darwin Kernel Version 9.1.0: Wed Oct 31 17:46:22 PDT 2007; root:xnu-1228.0.2~1/RELEASE_I386 i386 i386
 
 java version "1.5.0_13"
 Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_13-b05-237)
 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.5.0_13-119, mixed mode, sharing)
 


Thanks.

--adam
 
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