On 6/6/2012 12:36 AM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
Okay, for the record this is a 32-bit windows7 system with only jre7
current version installed.
Sorry about being late to the thread but I'm having a similar problem. I need
accessibility features in LO except mine are speech recognition driven.
Completely the opposite of the blind user. :-)
I want to install the bridge but I discovered that it looks like I have a 32-bit
Java and I'm running on a 64-bit machine (Windows 7 professional). What's the
appropriate thing to do?
Thanks a bunch for any help.
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