I extracted the files and tried the .exe. It said could not find the main class. Program will exit.
matthew manganiI extracted the files and tried the .exe. It said could not find the main class. Program will exit.
You should deinstall (!) all older versions of Java and install the latest one (newer versions are backwards compatible to older code)
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This was correct. I installed the new JRE and the GUI initialized. However when the GUI starts it asks which com port the launch pad is connected to. I don't see any way to reference the GUI though to let it know. How do I get it to read the temp? Thanks!
IIRC, you can press the number key that matches the COM port number. (never used this program myself)
I tried that and a few other things but nothing moves it.
I remember a thread about this topic earlier this year or maybe end of last year. Please use the search function to find it.
I've already exhausted the search function.
matthew manganiI've already exhausted the search function.
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