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Mike Korcynski

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Release Notes
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Mac El Capitan 10.11 Support
Mac Java 1.7+ support
New native JavaApplication Stub using: https://github.com/tofi86/universalJavaApplicationStub
update to re-allow drag/dropping of web-page google image search results
Added type to fix compile error with Java 8.
changes LAF for linux to use SystemLAF which should behave better
cleans up windows eols and changes mrj to look at jre for mac java 7+
Flickr Image -- pick best available -- no longer works #16
removes seasr support through the application
fixes unmappable non-UTF8 character Java 7 issues
Improved German resource file.
fixes Zooming with mouse wheel does not work anymore on main view under Windows #1
Fix Urls that pointed to vue.uit.tufts.edu
This fixes #5 by checking for os.name when mrj.version fails
Latest Spanish translation by Roberto Gracia.
Jan Wunderlich


Joined: 10/05/2011 12:20:49
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A ...
## Big Cheers ##
... to you fine fellows that developped and still groom VUE!
This feels like X-Mas for me!
I am deeply in love with VUE and use it a lot for many different tasks. Lately I felt it was neglected a bit and feared for its future and future compatibility. Also very excited and happy about some of the bug-fixes and especially the reintroduction of mouse-wheel functionality!

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kewapo KW


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VUE is the best concept mapping software, better than cmap tools.

There is a little question (a little misbehavior) when you save the maps in html-format: all links are absolute-referenced to the local disks so when you distribute your html maps saved with VUE they don't run when you try to open the links in other computers.

In this case, I open the html-generated file with notepad and change all this links.



I send you an example with good links. Unzip the file and open "0 INDICE.HTML" (It is the first module of a mindfulness spanish course)


Thanks.
 Filename html.zip [Disk] Download
 Description
 Filesize 252 Kbytes
 Downloaded:  4 time(s)

D H-W


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[quote=Mike Korcynski]Release Notes
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Mac El Capitan 10.11 Support
Mac Java 1.7+ support
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You hero! Thanks for keeping this alive. It's such an amazing bit of software. I use it almost every day.

carlos poon


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Mike Korcynski - Thanks for this. I'm really happy that there is support for El Capitan (Otherwise I would have to choose, I was holding back from El Capitan; Vue won!!)
I second what Jan Wunderlich said:

Jan Wunderlich wrote:
Lately I felt it was neglected a bit and feared for its future and future compatibility.


Vue is really an excellent tool, second to none, I'm was getting worried that it got 'lost', but the 3.3.0 release has made me happy.

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Jeffrey Miller

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YES!

Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. ~Lao Tzu
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Laurent SCHWARTZ


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Used on Linux Ubuntu 14.04, I just loaded the normaly 3.3.0 version but when started, it seems to be (About VUE) version 3.2.2 built May 223 2013 at 2146.
Is there something wrong on the server ?
Alonso Garcia


Joined: 05/14/2013 23:16:28
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I hope a new release every 6 months.
Already downloaded 3.3.0
I have post my wish: themes or styles that can be applied to maps. So im waiting for that.
Evgeny Volkov

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Very, very, very good!!!
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Mike Korcynski

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Laurent SCHWARTZ wrote:Used on Linux Ubuntu 14.04, I just loaded the normaly 3.3.0 version but when started, it seems to be (About VUE) version 3.2.2 built May 223 2013 at 2146.
Is there something wrong on the server ?


Not sure why you're seeing this I did verify the JAR download is in fact 3.3.0
Laurent SCHWARTZ


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Thanks for your help Mike. I found my mistake.

I didn't erase completely the directory with the previous version.
And following the recommendations

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Linux / Generic JAR-only version (no installer included)
Download the generic VUE version
After downloading and extracting the zip file, double-click on VUE.jar to launch VUE.
unquote

I unzipped the vue.jar (was not a ZIP ! but I didn't care) in the previous directory...instead of just copying ! What a nice mix !

Now it works. Maybe the download page
https://vue-forums.uit.tufts.edu/posts/list/1419.page
need to be updated saying that unzip is not required anymore...


Mike Korcynski

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Oh, yeah, sorry thats my fault. I switched the build system at some point and stopped zipping the jar :/ I'll update the site.
Jolene Chou


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Would just like to add my profound appreciation for the VUE team -- for making available and continuing to craft one of the most useful and thoughtfully constructed tools in our collective toolbox!
Justin Rolfe-Redding


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Thanks for keeping VUE up and running! :D
Mike McDearmon


Joined: 01/09/2013 17:04:37
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Awesome stuff!

One issue, though -- it appears as if I can't nudge more than one object at a time (2+ nodes or 1 node + 1 edge) with arrow keys on the keyboard. I'm using 3.3 on a Mac w/ Yosemite.
 
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