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VolatileImage  Help!!

Posted on 2004-04-21
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Hi all

I'm having a problem with VolatileImage, it doesn't seem to be working.
I import it as so:
import java.awt.image.*;

And I declare it like this:
VolatileImage ship;

This works fine on the computers at work yet it does not work on my computer it seems.
(Or I've missed something)

BUT- I'm usuing volatileimage so that I can use the said computers graphical configuration so that stuff is drawn much faster to the screen. (like I have alot alot of pictures being drawn and that gives off a "ripple" or flicker)
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>>This works fine on the computers at work yet it does not work on my computer it seems.

Maybe your sdk is too old to have it. If so you need to update your Java installation

http://java.sun.com/j2se
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Thanks CEHJ!
That was exactly it. (doh!)
It turns out my Bluej was set to an older 3.1.1

Thank you!

PS: If you have some time, could you check out another one of my questions here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Java/Q_20962316.html
(It's been bugging me as well, and I know your good =)  )
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:-)
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seanrowen's onto it by the looks of things. Ask him for clarification and give him some
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