I seem to have found an issue. If I have 46 libraries (folders) in the install path, I get "launch4j" errors. When I delete one of the libraries, the program starts fine. It also doesn't matter which library I delete, still get the same error. All libraries work fine in the original Arduino IDE install.This is a fresh install of the latest build.Win7 x64 (All updates)UPDATE: It seems that something is conflicting with the "Documents" location. If I have any libraries in the Documents/Arduino/libraries folder, your IDE doesn't want to start.
Nothing changed from the defaults. I got the error and tried most of the common troubleshooting techniques. Then, I completely uninstalled ERW and re-installed it with all default settings.Path to libraries that is getting errors: F:\Applications\Arduino\Arduino ERW 1.0.4\librariesI did some experimenting and When I move all of the libraries to my documents folder, the error goes away. If I put some in the documents folder and some in the install path, I get the error.
That's always the excuse. Funny how the regular IDE doesn't have any problems with the libraries in the install directory. I installed your IDE to get past not being able to scroll through the library list. I guess every program as it's faults.
I am not sure if I have to keep maintaining this mod anymore XD because I recently noticed that Arduino team finally added a Windows installer for the official version http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Software also soon official version will have scroll, and other goodness. I haven't checked yet if they fixed all the small details like the icons and so, but it seems they finally took action on some of the complains over the Windows version, and that is certainly good but makes this version a bit pointless.
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