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Re: [zzdev] :gzz: Usage & Problem Report (version of 06.28)
- To: Ted Nelson <ted@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [zzdev] :gzz: Usage & Problem Report (version of 06.28)
- From: "Tuomas J. Lukka" <lukka@xxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2000 04:01:47 +0300 (EEST)
- Cc: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx, xanni@xxxxxxxxxx, eharter@xxxxxxxxx
- In-reply-to: <188.8.131.52.20000707161506.007dc100@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> ? When I deleted a new dimension name, or rearranged
> the dimension names, rotation of dimensions became impossible.
Hmmm??? Did you by any chance delete a pink cell? Those are the ones
the dimensions are now selected of and if you delete one, then that
dimension is frozen.
> ? When I hit 'escape' to go home, the left-hand window rotated
> into the dimensions of the right-hand window.
Actually, both go to d.1 d.2 d.3, I think - or not?
> ? The left-hand window cannot seem to rotate its dimension views.
> It should be usable for general exploration, dims must rotate.
Control-X, Control-Y, Control-Z
> ? (Windows-specific) After half an hour's use I got the Blue Screen
> of Warning, restarts didn't help (still Blue Screen of Warning),
> had to reboot.
> If this is a general Java problem in Windows, then it's a problem
> with Java, right? They say it works on everything ... And 80%
> of the human race will have this problem.
It's a problem of *Windows*, not Java, I'd think. Windows with I/O heavy
stuff is asking for trouble. And because we're doing heavy I/O, writing
after every step, then windows will fail.
There is one way I can lower the number of writes to disk, which might
help. But I'd recommend doing any important demos on Linux exactly
because of this.