How to allocate enough RAM for PTEditor

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--[[User:Pitdavos|Peter Nyfeler]]  (Pitdavos)
 
--[[User:Pitdavos|Peter Nyfeler]]  (Pitdavos)

Revision as of 09:01, 20 April 2005

Contents

Windows

Because I only have a german version of Windows, I use german terms and screenshots to describe the actions. The english translations can be found between the brackets ().

Go to: Start / Einstellungen / Systemsteuerung / Ordneroptionen (Start / Control panel / Folder options)

Choose the tab "Dateitypen" (File types) and push key j


This should then look like this:

Pte tutorial 009.jpg


When JAR Executable Jar File is blue highlighted, go to the bottom of this window and push the button Erweitert (Advanced)


The opening window here:

Pte tutorial 010.jpg


When open is blue highlighted, push Bearbeiten (Edit)


The new window:

Pte tutorial 011.jpg


Under Anwendung f�r diesen Vorgang (Application used to perform action) you'll find a line similar like this:

"C:\Programme\Java\j2re1.4.2_03\bin\javaw.exe" -Xmx512m -jar "%1" %* (In english versions: "C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_03\bin\javaw.exe" -Xmx512m -jar "%1" %*

In this example, I give PTEditor 512 MB RAM to use. I did that by putting in the -Xmx512m part. You can of course change 512 if you want to reserve a different amount of RAM.

If your line does not resemble the line above, you probably have not installed the Java runtime Environment

Click OK twice.

That's it!


Mac

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Mac OS 9

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Linux

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--Peter Nyfeler (Pitdavos)

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