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Julius Friede
2004-10-07, 08:13
When I place SoftSqueeze in my bootdrive/Applications
directory it functions properly. If I move it to a
sub-directory for organizational purposes, i.e.
bootdrive/Applications/audio programs, it is
completely broken. It can't seem to connect with Java.
It's not a real serious issue, but I would like to
place it in a sub-directory. I am running OSX 10.3.5
with Apple's most current Java implementation.

Thanks,
Julius

David Jameson
2004-10-08, 07:46
You may have to fiddle with the jnlp file and fix the codebase property to
indicate where the software is now located.

David Jameson




"Julius Friede" <juliusfriede (AT) yahoo (DOT) com> wrote
in message news:20041007151335.47816.qmail (AT) web52404 (DOT) mail.yahoo.com...
> When I place SoftSqueeze in my bootdrive/Applications
> directory it functions properly. If I move it to a
> sub-directory for organizational purposes, i.e.
> bootdrive/Applications/audio programs, it is
> completely broken. It can't seem to connect with Java.
> It's not a real serious issue, but I would like to
> place it in a sub-directory. I am running OSX 10.3.5
> with Apple's most current Java implementation.
>
> Thanks,
> Julius
>
>

rtitmuss
2004-10-15, 12:36
Julius,

Could you explain how you place SoftSqueeze in the Applications
directory, and then what you do to launch it. This seems to work for me,
but being a novice mac user I don't think I am installing Softsqueeze in
the applications directory correctly!

Regards,
Richard


Julius Friede wrote:

>When I place SoftSqueeze in my bootdrive/Applications
>directory it functions properly. If I move it to a
>sub-directory for organizational purposes, i.e.
>bootdrive/Applications/audio programs, it is
>completely broken. It can't seem to connect with Java.
>It's not a real serious issue, but I would like to
>place it in a sub-directory. I am running OSX 10.3.5
>with Apple's most current Java implementation.
>
>Thanks,
>Julius
>
>