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JPrayer not works in Linux

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I just found that, the JPrayer Clock I built cannot run properly in Linux. The prayers didn’t show up, including the tray icon. Might be the file path problem.

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About Allen Choong

A cognitive science student, a programmer, a philosopher, a Catholic.

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  1. include the rest of the prayers la 😀

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  2. But the GTK version no problem, right?Oh, JPrayer Clock can be run properly from shell script, or command line:java -jar jprayer-clock.jarThen the prayer can read. But the tray icon cannot restore the window.

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