problem displaying Java GUI

Soong, SylokeJ
Thu May 18 17:20:00 GMT 2006

Should we need to install a new font type,
namely, Fontstruct, into our PC, when enabling
Did you have JDK installed on your PC?
If not, would installing JDK5 on the PC supply the
required font type?

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 -----Original Message-----
 []On Behalf Of Patrick May

 > Warning: Cannot convert string 
 > "-monotype-arial-regular-r-normal--*-140-*-*-p-*-iso8859-1" 
 > to type FontStruct
 > then nothing.  This behavior occurs with both the -X and -Y 
 > ssh switches.
 >      Has anyone solved this problem?
      With fantastic timing, I've managed to eliminate the 
 problem (although I haven't found a true solution).  Removing the line:
 from my code allowed the GUI to run and be displayed on 
 Windows.  This suggests that the problem lies with the Solaris 
 JDK rather than Cygwin.

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