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Warnings when running on Unix...

 
Lon Allen
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I get the following warnings when I run my application on Unix and can't figure out how to get rid of them or turn them off:

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

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hmmmm, just out of curiosity - could you have possibly downloaded a version of the SDK for Windows by accident? I SOUNDS like the parts of the JDK that talk to the OS are talking a different language.
 
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As far as the SA has told me he installed the jre for solaris. I do not see these warnings when I run on a Linux box with the Linux jre.
 
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Originally posted by Lon Allen:
I get the following warnings when I run my application on Unix and can't figure out how to get rid of them or turn them off:
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Warning: Cannot convert string "<Key>Escape,_Key_Cancel" to type VirtualBinding
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I think this is a UNIX "window manager" issue. I see those on various UNIX platforms and, in fact, get them now from the Linux version when running it under KDE. What window manager do you use?

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Lon Allen
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I am running CDE version 1.4 in Solaris 8.
 
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