To all who are accessing the <vnc2.cim3.net> VNC server via their
I have found that (particularly with certain screens on protégé), you
might need to click on the "refresh" button (the right most of the 5
tabs/buttons at the top of the TightVNC window; I am NOT talking about
the browser "refresh" button here) occasionally, to get the screen to
refresh properly. That's a good button to remember when you are on
This issue is particularly problematic when you are trying to navigate
the directory structure to load new a pprj file, please note. (02)
Peter Yim wrote Sun, 29 Feb 2004 17:25:00 -0800: (04)
> Further to our telephone conversation,
> 1. The SMINK007 files are NOT under the default Protégé project
> directory. On the <vnc2.cim3.net> server, they are at:
> ..\SMINK007a.pprj should be the current working file, which has ontoviz
> configured in. ("SMINK007.pprj" is your original.)
> 2. Yes, Protege-2000 v1.8 is the only instance of the protégé
> application I have installed on the vnc2 machine. I might install a copy
> of Protege-2000 v2.0.1 alongside that in the near future (now that v2.0
> is out of beta). Does anyone have comments or recommendations about
> v2.0.1 that I should know about before making the install?
> Patrick Cassidy wrote Sat, 28 Feb 2004 17:43:31 -0500:
>> Peter =--
>> I just logged in to the TightVNC at:
>> to see if the latest Protege version has been
>> loaded. I find an icon for Protege v 1.8,
>> but that version doesn't seem to have the more
>> recent files loaded. Is there a directory with
>> Protege 1.9 that has more recent Ontolog Protege files?
>> I'm not sure if I logged into the correct machine.
>> Peter Yim wrote Thu, 26 Feb 2004 08:30:39 -0800:
>>> Pat et al.,
>>> Thanks for the work, Pat. Quick response,
>>> > If Peter sets it up ...
>>> I's be happy to, but can only do it later today (I'm still at work
>>> trying to get ready for Adam's KIF workshop during our call this
>>> > I can show how they are displayed in Protégé ...
>>> I'd suggest we schedule one call session to do it. Let's talk to Kurt
>>> about it during the call.
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