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Bugs in P4

Richard R. Liu
Just installed Protégé 4.0 on my MacBook Pro 17" Unibody running OS X  
10.5.7.  (I installed Apple's latest Java update two days ago.)

When I click on About, all items in the Protégé function bar (i.e.,  
File, Edit, Ontologies, Reasoner, Tools, Refactor, Tabs, View, Window,  
Help) disappear and do not reappear when I dismiss the windows.  I can  
make them reappear by opening the Protégé Preferences and then  
dismissing that window.  I believe I first noticed this when I  
selected the Fact++ reasoner, but I don't seem able to recreate it.

À propos reasoner, the Reasoner menu does not offer Pellet.  Is this  
an omission or intentional?

Regards,

Richard R. Liu
Dittingerstr. 33
CH-4053 Basel
Switzerland

Tel.:  +41 61 331 10 47
Email:  [hidden email]
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Re: Bugs in P4

Michael Smith-58
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 13:36, Richard R. Liu<[hidden email]> wrote:

> À propos reasoner, the Reasoner menu does not offer Pellet.  Is this an
> omission or intentional?

This is intentional, the version of Pellet (1.5.2) that was in the
bundled plug-in was out of date.  The Pellet 2 - based Pellet Reasoner
Plug-in is available, and can be installed by going through the menus
"File -> Check for Downloads" then selecting the Downloads tab.

The plug-in is maintained by the Pellet developers, Clark & Parsia.
Details are available at http://clarkparsia.com/pellet/protege

Cheers,
--
Mike Smith

Clark & Parsia
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Re: Bugs in P4

Nick Drummond
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I just tried this before the update and it works fine.
Then I updated and I now get the same behaviour as you.

I'll add it to the list.

Nick


2009/6/17 Richard R. Liu <[hidden email]>
Just installed Protégé 4.0 on my MacBook Pro 17" Unibody running OS X 10.5.7.  (I installed Apple's latest Java update two days ago.)

When I click on About, all items in the Protégé function bar (i.e., File, Edit, Ontologies, Reasoner, Tools, Refactor, Tabs, View, Window, Help) disappear and do not reappear when I dismiss the windows.  I can make them reappear by opening the Protégé Preferences and then dismissing that window.  I believe I first noticed this when I selected the Fact++ reasoner, but I don't seem able to recreate it.

À propos reasoner, the Reasoner menu does not offer Pellet.  Is this an omission or intentional?

Regards,

Richard R. Liu
Dittingerstr. 33
CH-4053 Basel
Switzerland

Tel.:  +41 61 331 10 47
Email:  [hidden email]
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Re: Bugs in P4

Nick Drummond
This behaviour occurs with many dialogs appearing (eg the reasoner progress monitor and some wizards).

It looks very much like it is an apple bug from their 2 day old release, but while I dig around (as Apple makes these things almost impossible to track down) the workaround is to force java to show the menus in the workspace frame.

If you use the Protege application to start P4, right click on it and select "Show Package Contents", and edit Info.plist key apple.laf.useScreenMenuBar to be false.

If you use the run.command script, just change "-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true" to be "-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=false"

Great timing Apple.

Nick


2009/6/18 Nick Drummond <[hidden email]>
I just tried this before the update and it works fine.
Then I updated and I now get the same behaviour as you.

I'll add it to the list.

Nick


2009/6/17 Richard R. Liu <[hidden email]>
Just installed Protégé 4.0 on my MacBook Pro 17" Unibody running OS X 10.5.7.  (I installed Apple's latest Java update two days ago.)

When I click on About, all items in the Protégé function bar (i.e., File, Edit, Ontologies, Reasoner, Tools, Refactor, Tabs, View, Window, Help) disappear and do not reappear when I dismiss the windows.  I can make them reappear by opening the Protégé Preferences and then dismissing that window.  I believe I first noticed this when I selected the Fact++ reasoner, but I don't seem able to recreate it.

À propos reasoner, the Reasoner menu does not offer Pellet.  Is this an omission or intentional?

Regards,

Richard R. Liu
Dittingerstr. 33
CH-4053 Basel
Switzerland

Tel.:  +41 61 331 10 47
Email:  [hidden email]
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Re: Bugs in P4

Nick Drummond
I've reported this to apple.

Bug ID# 6984304

Lets hope it gets fixed quickly.

Nick


2009/6/18 Nick Drummond <[hidden email]>
This behaviour occurs with many dialogs appearing (eg the reasoner progress monitor and some wizards).

It looks very much like it is an apple bug from their 2 day old release, but while I dig around (as Apple makes these things almost impossible to track down) the workaround is to force java to show the menus in the workspace frame.

If you use the Protege application to start P4, right click on it and select "Show Package Contents", and edit Info.plist key apple.laf.useScreenMenuBar to be false.

If you use the run.command script, just change "-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true" to be "-Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=false"

Great timing Apple.

Nick


2009/6/18 Nick Drummond <[hidden email]>

I just tried this before the update and it works fine.
Then I updated and I now get the same behaviour as you.

I'll add it to the list.

Nick


2009/6/17 Richard R. Liu <[hidden email]>
Just installed Protégé 4.0 on my MacBook Pro 17" Unibody running OS X 10.5.7.  (I installed Apple's latest Java update two days ago.)

When I click on About, all items in the Protégé function bar (i.e., File, Edit, Ontologies, Reasoner, Tools, Refactor, Tabs, View, Window, Help) disappear and do not reappear when I dismiss the windows.  I can make them reappear by opening the Protégé Preferences and then dismissing that window.  I believe I first noticed this when I selected the Fact++ reasoner, but I don't seem able to recreate it.

À propos reasoner, the Reasoner menu does not offer Pellet.  Is this an omission or intentional?

Regards,

Richard R. Liu
Dittingerstr. 33
CH-4053 Basel
Switzerland

Tel.:  +41 61 331 10 47
Email:  [hidden email]
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Re: Bugs in P4

Thomas Schneider-5
This is what I experience with the "flush menu bar" bug:

My menu always goes when invoking the reasoner -- and doesn't come  
back. :(

However, the following trick appears to work: at the begin of your  
session, open another ontology in a new window. When the menu bar in  
the current window disappears, switch to that window (via mouse or Cmd
+`  <- that's the accent next to the Z on an English keyboard) and  
back to your current window -- violà, the menu's back! :)

As Nick and Matthew affirm, it's *not* a Protégé issue, but an issue  
with the latest Mac Java update.

Cheers

Thomas

On 18 Jun 2009, at 17:06, Nick Drummond wrote:

> I've reported this to apple.
>
> Bug ID# 6984304
>
> Lets hope it gets fixed quickly.
>
> Nick
>
>
> 2009/6/18 Nick Drummond <[hidden email]>
> This behaviour occurs with many dialogs appearing (eg the reasoner  
> progress monitor and some wizards).
>
> It looks very much like it is an apple bug from their 2 day old  
> release, but while I dig around (as Apple makes these things almost  
> impossible to track down) the workaround is to force java to show  
> the menus in the workspace frame.
>
> If you use the Protege application to start P4, right click on it  
> and select "Show Package Contents", and edit Info.plist key  
> apple.laf.useScreenMenuBar to be false.
>
> If you use the run.command script, just change "-
> Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=true" to be "-
> Dapple.laf.useScreenMenuBar=false"
>
> Great timing Apple.
>
> Nick
>
>
> 2009/6/18 Nick Drummond <[hidden email]>
>
> I just tried this before the update and it works fine.
> Then I updated and I now get the same behaviour as you.
>
> I'll add it to the list.
>
> Nick
>
>
> 2009/6/17 Richard R. Liu <[hidden email]>
> Just installed Protégé 4.0 on my MacBook Pro 17" Unibody running OS  
> X 10.5.7.  (I installed Apple's latest Java update two days ago.)
>
> When I click on About, all items in the Protégé function bar (i.e.,  
> File, Edit, Ontologies, Reasoner, Tools, Refactor, Tabs, View,  
> Window, Help) disappear and do not reappear when I dismiss the  
> windows.  I can make them reappear by opening the Protégé  
> Preferences and then dismissing that window.  I believe I first  
> noticed this when I selected the Fact++ reasoner, but I don't seem  
> able to recreate it.
>
> À propos reasoner, the Reasoner menu does not offer Pellet.  Is this  
> an omission or intentional?
>
> Regards,
>
> Richard R. Liu
> Dittingerstr. 33
> CH-4053 Basel
> Switzerland
>
> Tel.:  +41 61 331 10 47
> Email:  [hidden email]
> _______________________________________________
> p4-feedback mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/p4-feedback
>
>
>
>
> _______________________________________________
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> [hidden email]
> https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/p4-feedback

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