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    Unhappy I need help with a cross platform app... (MAC +PC)

    Looking for some advice here - I made a little app which imports a tabbed .txt file into a listview object and allows you to add/remove/edit the data. An active picture handles the image of the currently selected item.

    I'd like to be able to use it on Windows and MAC (not ipad). It currently works fine on the PC, but not on the MAC when I save it using the MAC JAVA standalone...

    I'm getting very inconsistant results ,(things don't always display properly, issues with the txt file, etc.) is there a different exporter?

    What's in it:

    Active Picture
    Edit boxs
    buttons
    listview
    File
    Date and time
    String Parser2

    It's a faily simple app, but I need some advice regarding it...

    thanks in advance!!!

    -TDA

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    *bump*

    Anyone?

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    Um, the cake is a lie, women are insane, and don't use the java mac runtime. That would be my experience.
    Maybe Anaconda Mac OS X would work better?

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    I had difficulties when I wanted to use the java exporter for mac, too. I haven't tried the anaconda yet, but it might be better. Also, there will be a native osx runtime as far as I know.

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    LOL @ Phi's reply (you forgot "42" and Bacon)

    I'm just bumming because I had created it and tested it on the PC side, and all was well, but the Mac side's been problematic...
    and that's the side the customer is going to be using...

    Does Ananconda support:
    Active Picture
    Edit boxs
    buttons
    listview
    File
    Date and time
    String Parser2

    Last time I looked, it didn't support all of them...

    *sad face*

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    Heartbeats of a Time Lord: 4
    Heartbeats of a human: 2
    Time Lord -> Human == 42.

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