I get the following message when I try to install OpenCards-0.9.2.oxt.
- Could not create Java implementation loader -
I receive this message when I double-click on the downloaded file or try to enable through Extension Manager.
I have JRE 1.6.0_03-b05 on Windows XP, with OpenOffice.org 2.3.1.
Do I need to do something else? Thank you.
you can find the solution for your problem at http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Extensions_trouble_shooting
If this should fix your problem, please let me know.
I waded through the technical jargon and understood little. But I did finally get the extension enabled. This is what I did:
In Impress, I went to Tools >> Options...
Under OpenOffice.org, I opened the Java dialog.
I unchecked the "Use a Java runtime environment." (I thought this was what the solution was.)
I closed Impress and tried to enable the extension again. I received the same error.
I then returned the check to the "Use a Java runtime environment" box.
I tried to enable the extension once more and this time it worked.
So, I can't really see what the problem was. It just seems that playing around with that one Java runtime dialog box must have "unstuck" something.
Thanks for your help, Holger. I look forward to testing this extension in the next few days when I get a chance.
If anyone else has this problem and can't get it working using the above suggested methods, try just deleting the uno_packages folder inside your OpenOffice user folder and then restarting OpenOffice and install the extension. That fixed it for me.
Neither Fix worked for me.
The second fix required me to wipe mu user folder.
When Languagetool works, it's good, but I always dread reinstalling any system, because I usually have problems with Languagetool.
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