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Conzilla is written in Java, and should therefore run on all
platforms compatible with Java 1.2 or later. You must
have Java installed before starting installation of Conzilla.
Downloading and using Java is completely free. Note that Java
is quite a large download, so dial-up users may want to obtain
it some other way.
You can run Conzilla in three ways:
Java WebStart is a utility which allows you to start Java applications
directly from a website. The advantage of running Conzilla using WebStart
is that you will always run an up-to-date version. Java WebStart is
a growing standard and will probably be useful for other programs as
well in the future, that you might want to use.
To run Conzilla using WebStart, proceed as follows:
- If you need to install Java, download a
copy of a Java (1.3 or later).
- Download a copy of Java Web Start.
- Click here to Launch Conzilla. Beta versions
of Conzilla 1.1 are also available. They will overwrite any previous Conzilla
installations, so take care.
- Conzilla 1.1 Beta, (new features. RDF is not included)
- Conzilla 1.1 Beta 2 (including
better layer support, but RDF is still missing), there is also a version compiled on a mac just to be sure.
If you already have Conzilla1.1B installed, you should add se.kth.cid.conzilla.layer.LayerControlExtra
to the line conzilla.extra.list=.... in your conzilla.properties file.
- It's a good idea to make a shortcut on your desktop (all
you need to do is drag the link over with the mouse) that points
to the WebStart link to run Conzilla.
You can also download Conzilla as any other program. To download,
proceed as follows:
The latest version Conzilla1.1Beta2.jar
is a launchable jar-file, in windows you should only need to click on it.
- Make sure you have Java 1.3 or higher installed on your
computer. Click here to get
- Download Conzilla.jar which contains
all classes you need.
- Run Conzilla using a command such as
java -classpath Conzilla.jar se.kth.cid.conzilla.app.ConzillaApp
- You should get a window saying:"Conzilla doesn't seem
to be installed on your account...". Follow the installation procedures
on the screen, and finally press the 'Start!' button to run Conzilla.
Conzilla as applet
Conzilla can be run as a plugin directly in your browser.
Note that for practical reasons, all editing is disabled in this version.
Therefore, much of the functionality of Conzilla is not available.
- Make sure you have the Java Plug-in installed.
- Launch presentation Conzilla (Embedded
in the web page with no edit capabilities, requires no install on your disk.)
- Or launch the full Conzilla
(Launches in a separate window, you can create your own maps. It will
do a small installation on your computer.)