1. supervenice

    OP supervenice GBAtemp Regular
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    hey..do you guys know how to open a program,specifically


    pictods (cbds converter which runs on java) on .NET runtime


    dnniwa485 said that open that program(pictods) using .NET runtime cause it wont open on mine eventhough i have the latest java..


    thank you..i just really need it..
     
  2. anoNL

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    Java and .NET are two completely separate platforms.
     
  3. supervenice

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    so,how do i open this program with .net runtime?
     
  4. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan
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    Make a post asking the question then make a new topic asking the same question... I mean, that ALWAYS works right?


    But to answer your question: In short, you don't.
     
  5. SifJar

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    You don't. Its written in Java, it'll only run with Java. If it doesn't work with the latest Java, that's a bit of an issue, but it can't be fixed by trying to run it with .NET. Whoever told you to do that is an idiot who doesn't know what they're talking about. Either that or you misread their comment. Anyway, the only solutions I see are a) Downgrade your installed Java or b) Ask the developer to update the program for latest Java Runtime.
     
  6. twiztidsinz

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    No one said installing .NET would work, they just offered it as something to try.
    And it works fine with the latest Java, I have PictoDS working just fine on my computer.
     
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