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ISFStandaloneViewer

[Version:10.0.0.5 - Build:286]



The InscriptiFact Standalone Viewer provides a desktop version of the InscriptiFact online viewer for Reflection Transformation Imaging (RTI) image objects. It enables researchers and scholars to study and compare RTI images in a desktop environment.

 

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MAC OS X Download(60.6M) Download(11.1M) View
WINDOWS Download(57.3M) Download(11.1M) View
LINUX Download(55.4M) Download(10.5M) View


Windows Instructions:

    Instructions

    • After downloading, double-click isfsa.exe
    • The java included with this application may not work for other applications.
    • If you prefer to use java already on your machine, select the version under "If you have Java."


    Notes

    • If you do not have a Java virtual machine installed, be sure to download the package above which includes one.
    • If you want to download and install java, you can get it from here


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Mac OS X Instructions:

    Instructions

    • After downloading and expanding the file, double-click isfsa.app
    • The java included with this application may not work for other applications.
    • If you prefer to use java already on your machine, select the version under "If you have Java."


    Notes

    • Be sure you have Java installed. You can download Java 1.7 or above from here
    • Expand the compressed installer.


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Linux Instructions:

    Instructions

    • After downloading open a shell and,  cd to the directory where you downloaded the installer.
    • At the prompt type:  sh ./isfsa.bin
    • The java included with this application may not work for other applications.
    • If you prefer to use java already on your machine, select the version under "If you have Java."


    Notes

    • If you do not have a Java virtual machine installed, be sure to download the package above which includes one. Otherwise you may need to download one from Sun's Java web site or contact your OS manufacturer.


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