I have been trying to read more on Scan Tailor and BSW and found this thread. Hope I'm not going to fill it up with useless chatter.
I h ave to admit I'm somewhat lost with all the talk on this one thread, so as much as I'd like to get BSW to work, it might be above my head! I know your not familiar with Mac, so not sure if I should just forget ever get this running ?
What would be your suggestions for me ?
GOsh I hate not being able to get myself out of this, but I'm rather stuck.
If anyone else here has a Mac 10.4 and can troubleshoot with me I'd be happy to post my results up here for whomever else can use it ?
All I have here, is from trying the webstart I get this message:
An error occurred while launching/running the application.
Title: Book Scan Wizard
Vendor: Steve Devore
Category: System Configuration
The application has requested a version of the JRE (version 1.6+) that currently is not locally installed. Java Web Start is unable to automatically download and install the requested version. This JRE must be installed manually.
And then when I press Launch it has this code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>
<jnlp codebase="http://bookscanwizard.sourceforge.net/run" href="bsw.jnlp" spec="1.0+">
<title>Book Scan Wizard</title>
<description>Book Scan Wizard</description>
<description kind="short">Book Scan Wizard</description>
<association extensions="bsw" mime-type="application-x/bsw-file"/>
<menu submenu="Book Scan Wizard"/>
<icon href="bsw.png" kind="default"/>
<update check="timeout" policy="prompt-update"/>
<j2se java-vm-args="-Xmx1024M" version="1.6+"/>
<jar href="BookScanWizard.jar" main="true"/>
<extension href="http://download.java.net/media/jai/webstart/release/jai-1.1.3-latest.jnlp" name="" version=""/>
<extension href="http://download.java.net/media/jai-imageio/webstart/release/jai-imageio-1.1.jnlp" name="" version=""/>
There is another 'Exception' code, ifyou think it's useful I can post.
I'd really love to get this working, just am a real ditz here.
Thanks for all your help thus far,