This issue is incredibly minor and just slightly annoying, but I was hoping someone might be able to help. I’m currently running imageJ v1.53c, at least according to the
Update ImageJ... command. However, whenever I run the
Update... command to update plugins, I get a “locally modified files” prompt. Going into Advanced mode, it says that
jars/ij.jar is locally modified, with it being
jars/ij-1.52p.jar, and that there’s an update available. If I update
jars/ij.jar through this
Update... command, my version of imageJ (as assessed by
Update ImageJ...) reverts to v1.52p, and I’m unable to run commands requiring a later versions of ImageJ.
Update ImageJ... brings me back to 1.53c (again, as assessed by
Update ImageJ...). I’m able to run commands that require the latest version, but the
jars/ij.jar is still 1.52p and I get the “locally modified” prompt through the
I assume FIJI, via the
Update... command, thinks I’m running a locally-modified version of imageJ v1.52p because the ij-[x.xx] in the jars/ folder is named “ij-1.52p,” despite it actually having the 1.53c code? I don’t want to tinker with it since I don’t know what I’m doing and it currently seems to be working fine. But how would I get out of this loop? is there an
ij-1.53c that I can download and drop into the jars/ folder? Should I just change the name of my version? Or does every version of imageJ just use a file named ij-1.52p, and I shouldn’t be concerned?