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From Eric Buist <buiste...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Unusable Document Analyzer because of too small font sizes
Date Sat, 24 Mar 2012 21:34:31 GMT

I am using Ubuntu 10.10 x86_64 version, with the OpenJDK 1.7.0_147. I 
continued trying to find a way out, without success. I found out that 
the DocumentAnalyzer is trying to activate the system's look and feel, 
which should give me a GTK-ish look with correct font sizes. But that's 
the Swing's Metal LAF which kicks in, with tiny fonts. I am searching 
for a text-mode alternative to the tool, or an Eclipse plug-in: no 
success. It seems I will have to pull apart the DocAnalyzer, extract the 
bits interacting with UIMA and write myself an alternative text-mode 
tool. Or I could switch to Windows, and use the Sun/Oracle's JVM 
installed there; maybe the problem is again my stubbornness of using 
Linux in world of Mac and Windows users. But I would like to keep all my 
development environment with Eclipse, Groovy, Android tools and now 
UIMA, at the same place, rather than spreading it across two OSes.


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