Alright, using =True worked nicly. I cant tell how well it is compared to when I wasn't using. I did =true before and it failed.
Graphics stuff should be irrelivant since releasing it would require the most stuff possible. But JDK 6. Im on a MBP using bootcamp and on the XP for 6. And im sick of XP already, so hard to do basic tasks.
But anyway, how do I give it that argument without wrapping it in an .exe (or .app when 6 comes out for OS X). Ive never used manifests to give command line args. I dont even know if you can, i suppose I could always go check myself.... OFF I GO. Thanks for the help.
Can I use Sysetem.setProperty for this?
Looks like I cannot, this does not work at the very least:
Edit:.... hahahhah,...ha? I removed the D because I wasn't sure what it stood for anyway and it works dandy now. Thank you for all your help.
Now to get this straight, on a java 5 machine it wil ignore that call? Or will it crash error out. By that I mean should i put an if (System...java version >= 6) before it? Or just leave it alone?