4 Apr 2013 2:53 AM #21
- Join Date
- Mar 2007
- Frederick, MD
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The correct directory is "Sencha\Sencha Architect 2.2" and not "Sencha, Inc\*"
6 Apr 2013 1:54 PM #22
Thank you for your response.
I know the files connected to Architect 2.2. are in
"Sencha\Sencha Architect 2.2", but . . . I had the same problem with
the earlier patch (before 908) as I have now, but when I then deleted the
directory with the yet earlier patch files and reinstalled I got that earlier
patch Architect to run. Now this doesn't work any more with 908.
As I am the only one with the problem not getting Architect 2.2 to
run I must have some problem in my end. Still Architect 2.1 runs without
Sorry for not answering earlier,
17 May 2013 7:23 AM #23
I have a similar problem.
I installed Architect 2.2 and it run well in my pc with windows XP, afterwards I keep from using it for a while and I uninstalled and reinstalled again , but now it doesn't run
The installation path is
C:\Archivos de programa\SenchaArchitect
i also go over this directory
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrador\Local Settings\Application Data
and i don't have nothing related to sencha
only this folder
(by the way my user is Administrador)
what can I do in order to make it run again please?
5 Jul 2013 4:28 PM #24
Same problem on my side
Same problem on my side
I downloaded Sencha Architect 2.2 to evaluate it; i have never used it. After the installation Sencha Architect won't start, no process in the task manager and also an empty file when running as suggested above.
My PC Specs are:
Windows 7 64bits
Desktop: I have 3 monitors and desktop is spread on all 3
I don't know if anything else is of importance.
The software runs with another user on the same computer. My normal user account is "Patricio Téllez", and it won't run there, but with the account "Toncha" it runs without problem. Probably it has to do with the "space" character or the special character on my name.
8 Jul 2013 12:02 PM #25
I tested that exact name and I'm not able to get it working unless I right click and run as administrator... weird. However a user with just a space and not a special character runs just fine.Phil Strong
8 Jul 2013 12:15 PM #26
I'll test running as administrator later and post my result, but I am almost sure I did try that option and got no results.
14 Jul 2013 6:47 PM #27
Sorry for the late answer. I tested it with "right-click administrator" but it does not work. Probably it has to do with the fact that the administrator account is the same that has de problem with the special character.