Downloading and Running the Interval Visualizer
Visualizer requires Java Version runtime version 1.5 to execute. Java is freely
downloadable from Sun or Apple Corporations, depending which system you use.
Note that Mac Systems running operating systems older than 10.4 do not
support Java 1.5. You will need to upgrade your Operating System if you have one of
these older systems.
the visualizer does not run well under Java 1.6, but it is possible to run both
Java 1.5 and 1.6 on the same system.
The first step is to install Java 1.5 on
your system. If you already have Java Version 1.5 available on your
system, you can skip this step. To execute the Download, click on the
appropriate link below based on which operating system you have, and
follow the installation instructions.
Java Mac downloads are available from http://developer.apple.com/java/download/
Windows and Unix Systems
Java Windows and Unix 1.5 downloads are available from http://java.sun.com/products/archive/.
Choose the 'Go' button for Java 2
Platform Standard Edition | JDK/JRE 5.0 then select the Java Runtime
Environment and follow the installation instructions for your operating
Set your browser to use Java 1.5. On
Windows XP systems with both Java 1.5 and 1.6 installed, you can do this by
opening Control Panel | Java | Java tab | Java Application Runtime
Settings (View) | Enable Platform 1.5 and disable any 1.6 versions | OK
If you satisfy the system requirements,
simply click on the hyperlink link below.
Doing this will cause Java Web Start to install and launch
the Interval Visualizer. Java Web Start comes as part of the
standard Java runtime environment. You will be asked to accept a
security certificate, so the Interval Visualizer can 'listen' to your
Software Licensing and Rights
Interval Visualizer is freely downloadable under the standard GNU General
Public Open Source license agreement. For details, refer to http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt .
The author, Pete Nordquist, retains full copyright priviledges to this
software. By downloading this software, you agree to abide by its terms. Please
if you have questions or comments.