HI -- I am having problems sending commands to an Rgui connection when using
the new 64-bit version of R (version 2.11.1). There is no problem at all when
I use the 32-bit version.
I am running Windows XP (64-bit Version 5.2) After uninstalling R and Tinn-R,
I re-installed Tinn-R Version 220.127.116.11 and the 64-bit R Version 2.11.1.
Now I cannot:
(a) permanently save the path of my Rgui (or Rterm). I need to re-enter these
every time I start Tinn-R.
(b) send commands to be executed in the Rgui (though sending to Rterm works).
I'm facing exactly the same problem.
I'm runnung Tinn-r 18.104.22.168 and R x64 v2.11.1 under Windows Vista Ultimate x64
I also have this problem, with Tinn-R 22.214.171.124 and R 2.11.1 x64, under Windows
No Rgui / Rterm path is saved when I exit Tinn-R, and launching Rgui from
Tinn-R doesn't enable the "Submit selection" buttons.
I'd be pleased if anyone had a solution :)
I am having the same problem with Tinn-R 126.96.36.199 and R 2.11.1 x64 running Win
7 64 bit. Tinn-R will not save my paths and the communication between Tinn-R
and Rgui doesn't work. Would greatly appreciate any solution!
I've got the exact same setup and problem. Someone please help!
Same problem as well. I actually installed the much older version (Tinn-R
1.17.24) which seems to work fine but loses a lot of the markup features :-(
hope a solution is available soon!
Installing Tinn-R 1.17.24 solved the issue, good idea! Although, I do feel
a little like I'm working with stone age tinn-r.
I've got the same Win 7 64-bit issue with Tinn-R 188.8.131.52 and R 2.11.1 x64. Is
installing Tinn-R 1.17.24 going to be the final solution?
Hello, try to deactivate the option "always use the latest version" in the
window where you set the paths to rterm.exe and rgui.exe
Under Application options-R-Rgui-Recognition check the “Partial” button for
the (Type(caption search)) . I am running windows 7 64 bit, the 64 bit version
of R 2.11.1, and tinn-r 184.108.40.206. I don't know why but it seems to solve the
sabaric's suggestion worked for me!
This suggestion works! 
Sorry, I had only XP and Vista (32 bits), so had no way to detect and fix the
problem. We purchased 20 new computers for statistical computing laboratory of
my university, all with windows 7 and 64 bits.
Soon I will be able to compile Tinn-R under Windows 7 and I believe all
related problems will be fixed.
I solve this issue by just going to the
option-> application-> R
I change the path into the 64 bit and also by clicking on the architeture bit
the 64 bit instead of 32.
The solution seems to be easy: don't let Tinn-R look for the newest version:
"use latest installed version" to "No"
(then it looks for R:\program files\R\bin, which is always wrong with the
newer versions of R).
Thanks, sabaric, for a solution. I've been unable/unwilling to switch to 64-R
until this fix was posted.
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