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We are running openshapa 1.11 (downloaded form the datavyu site) on Lion and are having a problem with arguments being deleted. What I mean by this is when I type in a value for arguent 1 and hit tab to move to argument 2 as soon as I type a value for arguent 2 argument 1 is deleted and reverts back to <arg1>. When this happens it also prevents me from hitting backspace and removing anything I have written in proceeding arguments. Sometimes I am able to skip argument 1 and type into arguments 2, 3, etc. and go back and fill in argument 1 without any issues.

I wanted to either make you aware of this issue if you were not or find out if anything is being done or what I can do to fix this.

Thank you.

asked 26 Mar '13, 15:49

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Hi there, I'm having an issue replicating this bug on my end. But one suggestion is to ensure that you are updated to the latest version of Java (

As we are in the process of preparing for the upcoming release of DataVyu, the issue may very well be fixed with the new software. However, I would suggest confirming your Java status as a possible solution in the meantime. Please let me know if this addresses the problem or not.

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answered 27 Mar '13, 17:17

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