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JBuilderPersonal9 - want to use 1.3  RSS feed

 
Gerald Luckenbill
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Hi,
I am using JBuilder9 personal - it by default uses java 1.4 - but I would like to use 1.3(due to constrainsts in other areas) - I don't know if there is an easy way to change it within the IDE itself - since this is only the personal version - but maybe I could change some ini file to point to a 1.3 directory or something along those lines - or I would be happy to use an older JBuilder personal version that uses 1.3 by default, but I couldn't find where I could download a version like that any longer.
Many Thanks!
 
Hongjun Zhang
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In JBuilder menu bar 'Tools', there is a item called 'Configure JDKs'. You can easily change the JDK setting.
 
Gerald Luckenbill
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Wow, that is perfect - I didn't even check that - as I recall using the last version of JBuilder personal and I couldn't find that fuctionality on that version so I assumed it was the same.
Thanks!!!
 
Mike Parish
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Hi Gerald:
I just downloaded JBuilder 9 Personal and I'm finding the Editor useless.
My cursor doesn't always appear to place a character on the line. Vague, right.
Sometimes my cursor is two locations to the left of where I want to start inserting.
Are you having any problems with the editor?
 
Ko Ko Naing
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As for me, my JBuilder 9 pesonal works everything well. I like this version very much and the refactoring feature was improved too...
By the way, I guess this thread should be in the "IDE" forum... But I'm not sure about the moderators... :roll:
 
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