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-===== Personal ​Installation ===== +===== Standard ​Installation ​(Personal Versions) ​===== 
-Before the installation of the Java-Editor ​you should install ​the Java Development Kit (JDK). + 
-You can download the current ​version of the JDK at http://​java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp+The Java-Editor ​requires ​the installation of a Java Development Kit (JDK). ​Starting with Java 11, you should use the free OpenJDK because the Oracle JDK is subject to a charge. ​You can download the latest ​version of OpenJDK from http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk/. 
-Install ​the 32-Bit-Version ​for using all features ​of the Java-Editor.+ 
 +Starting from the JDK 10 there are only 64-bit versions of the JDK for which you need a 64-bit version ​of the Java-Editor ​in order to use all functions. 
 + 
 +As of JDK 11 JavaFX is no longer included in the JDK and must be additionally installed. You can download a JavaFX Windows SDK from https://​gluonhq.com/​products/​javafx/​ and install it in parallel to OpenJDK. In the configuration enter the JavaFX folder under [[configuration#​interpreter|Interpreter/​JavaFX-folder]]. 
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 +On the page https://​www.azul.com/​downloads/​zulu/​zulufx/​ AZUL Systems offers 32- und 64-bit versions with integrated JavaFX
  
 After the installation of the JDK you go on with the [[Download|download of the Java-Editor]]. ​ After the installation of the JDK you go on with the [[Download|download of the Java-Editor]]. ​
 Run the installation program of the current personal version. The Java-Editor will start and is ready to use. Run the installation program of the current personal version. The Java-Editor will start and is ready to use.
  
-There are some useful extensions for the Java-Editor,​ which are described under [[Configuration]]. So notice the [[Configuration#​General_aspects|General ​aspects]] and install the wanted extensions.+There are some useful extensions for the Java-Editor,​ which are described under [[Configuration]]. ​ 
 +So notice the [[Configuration|general installation ​aspects]] and install the wanted extensions.
  
-=== Special Versions ===+==== Special Versions ​====
 Besides the personal installation it is possible to install the Java-Editor as portable software, ​ Besides the personal installation it is possible to install the Java-Editor as portable software, ​
 which runs from a stick, or with the use of ini-files, which is useful for classroom installations. which runs from a stick, or with the use of ini-files, which is useful for classroom installations.
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 In the latter case you use either the UNC-notation %%\\Server\NetworkShare\JavaEditor%% or a network drive letter. Because using the appletviewer with UNC-notation causes problems it's better to use a network drive lette. In a classroom situation the installation in a network folder is preffered, because it is easier to update the Java-Editor and it is possible to make configuration presettings for all users. In the latter case you use either the UNC-notation %%\\Server\NetworkShare\JavaEditor%% or a network drive letter. Because using the appletviewer with UNC-notation causes problems it's better to use a network drive lette. In a classroom situation the installation in a network folder is preffered, because it is easier to update the Java-Editor and it is possible to make configuration presettings for all users.
  
-====Using of INI-files====+===Using of INI-files===
 If you cannot use the registry for storing user-configurations,​ for example if the computers are protected with a pc-guard, or in a classroom-scenario you use ini-files instead of the windows registry to store configuration settings. In this case the file JEMachine.INI is created in the Java-Editor folder, which contains the protected configuration settings and the global settings for all users. From this file the Java-Editor reads the path of the file JEUser.ini, which contains the user specific configurations. If you cannot use the registry for storing user-configurations,​ for example if the computers are protected with a pc-guard, or in a classroom-scenario you use ini-files instead of the windows registry to store configuration settings. In this case the file JEMachine.INI is created in the Java-Editor folder, which contains the protected configuration settings and the global settings for all users. From this file the Java-Editor reads the path of the file JEUser.ini, which contains the user specific configurations.
  
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 To set configurations settings, which are normally saved user specific, global for all users you copy them from a JEUser.ini to the JEMachine.INI file. To set configurations settings, which are normally saved user specific, global for all users you copy them from a JEUser.ini to the JEMachine.INI file.
  
-====Portable software====+===Portable software===
 You can select the option "​Portable Application"​ to install the Java-Editor as portable software, which runs directly from an usb-stick. The Java-Editor than uses automatically the drive of the usb-stick. You can select the option "​Portable Application"​ to install the Java-Editor as portable software, which runs directly from an usb-stick. The Java-Editor than uses automatically the drive of the usb-stick.
  
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