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Instead I get the following error log: Sebastian, below is the plugin that I use for testing the QT installation. Email Required, but never shown.
NetLogo User Manual: QuickTime for Java Extension
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Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Quicktime installed? You will have to import it into your qtjavz.jar Maven repository manually. Sign up using Email and Password. In reply to this post by Bill Mohler I think I found my problem below.
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Asked 8 years, 9 months ago. But when I leave it with the option for hasQT to go true and I include in my project and call it from a startup macro on a machine without QuickTime installed always Windows for this testI still get an exception trace, which I’m also pasting here below the code? Could you either link me to where I could learn how to do this, or give me a crash course? It uses reflection extensively to avoid the types of problems you are experiencing.
Search everywhere only in this topic. How do you tell Netbeans where the library is? This is a proprietary library for which no public download or POM file is available.
ImageJ – Quicktime installed?
So far so good, but to release my program I want to check if quicktime is installed properly. Thilo Thilo k 80 80 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. I’m using this slightly modified version of Wilhelm’s class. I use the following code: In reply to this post by Qtjava.jae Mohler.
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I’m resigning as a moderator from all Stack Exchange sites, effective today. Thanks for any advice! Qtjavaa.jar, I can’t seem to find the relevant dependency using Maven on Netbeans, and don’t known how to import a local library.
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