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Jedit only renders when minimize and maximize again in OS X Lion
Submitted by brodywong on Tuesday, 6 December, 2011 - 04:02
Hi,

I have got this problem with Jedit 4.3, 4.4 and 4.5pre1.

Anyone has an idea what is going on?

Thanks in advance.
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same here
by kalli on Mon, 09/01/2012 - 16:02
My problem started suddenly today with 4.4.1 and 4.4.2.
Can't see any modifications unless I minimize/maximize the window, but I'm still using Tiger (10.6.Cool!

Very frustrating. I've spent the afternoon scouring through forums and can't find anything on this.

h...e...l...p...
 
minimize maximize refresh problem but only with one user account
by bobbwhy on Mon, 23/01/2012 - 15:48
I have this problem, but only with one user account. I have two user accounts on this machine ( OS X Lion). Both are admin accounts, one is for work ond the other is for my own use.

The minimize refresh issue only occurs on one account.
I guessed this might be a permissions issue. At the very least it seems to be a session or log data issue.

I trued setting up a separate installation of jedit in the [user]/Applications account of the user having the problems. It still opened all the same files and restored the program to its previous state for that user.

So... how do I clear or relocate the session data for the one user having the issues?

My guess is that there is some combination of events that freeze the system this way... and this combination only happened for the one user account.

While we are at it, is there a way, I can find a history that might help us isolate the particular problem that caused this issue? It may not be possible... since it could be any possible combination of user inputs or interactions with the various add ons i use.

thanks in advance for any help

Robert
 
Settings Directory
by Robert Schwenn on Mon, 23/01/2012 - 20:02
1. Goto "Utilities -> Settings Directory". The first item of this menu shows You the actual "Settings Directory". In this directory You will find the file Activity.log which is a log of the current jedit session. The safest way to see the complete session log is to exit jedit ("File -> Exit"!), rename Activity.log and then have a look - maybe with jedit.

2. When You are sure that jedit isn't running, even the background server ("File -> Exit"!), You can rename or delete the whole Settings Directory. This way You get a virgin jEdit.

Robert
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