1) To run Atomix Buttons, you need Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.2 or Java Development Kit (JDK) 1.2. You can download JRE 1.2 from the Java web site .
If you install JRE 1.3 instead of 1.2, you have to edit the batch files Buttons.bat and Image.bat slightly to launch the application successfully. Alternatively you can download this patch and unzip it into the directory where you have installed your application.
2) In the unregistered version, the applet created cannot link to another web page.
3) Windows NT users: please do not use long filenames for your installation directory.
4) Registered users please note: you will have to re-enter your registration number if you install this upgrade to a directory different from the original installation. If you have forgot your registration number, you can copy the file reg.nfo from your previous install directory to your new install directory.
Before starting the application, please make sure you have the following
Pentium 150MHz or above Hard disk with at least 4 MB. Mouse or equivalent pointing device. Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT RAM 32MB (64MB Recommended) 800 * 600 video graphics adapter(or above) Java Runtime Environment 1.2 or Java Development Kit 1.2 Installed. Please note that earlier versions of the JRE or JDK will not work.
Note: To run the applets, you will require only Netscape 3.1 or IE 3 (or later versions). JRE 1.2 is not needed.
To install and run the application, simply unzip the downloaded file atb.zip.
After that, run the setup.exe program. This will install Atomix Buttons into your Start Menu and Desktop.
Launching the application
To launch Atomix Buttons on the Windows platform, simply double click the Atomix Buttons icon in your Desktop or Start Menu. If you are only interested in creating button images, double click the Image Maker icon to launch Button Image Maker.
Note : If you encounter problems launching the programs from the icons, you can launch them manually by typing "buttons ." or "image ." using the DOS prompt at the directory where you have installed the program.
Class NprunB not found
If you get the Class NprunB not found error during launch, this means you do not have JRE 1.2 installed on your machine.
You can download JRE 1.2 from the Java web site.