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Re: High Sierra, path randomisation and java broken
> On Sep 12, 2019; 6:39am, Anna Barnes wrote:
> I’ve trawled through the list but I can’t write come up with the right solution.
> My old ImageJ install stopped working as described by the High Sierra problem so I downloaded the new ImageJ java bundle but now I’ve lost my plugins folder - where does it go?.
> Here’s the output from Show Info. I do a lot with NIFTI so really need that nifti_io.jar plugin to work (and no it doesn’t work if I download it again)
You can copy nifti_io.jar from your old plugins folder to the new one, which is inside the ImageJ.app bundle. You get to the new plugins folder by right-clicking on ImageJ.app and selecting “Show package contents” from the drop down menu. Or use Help>Upgrade ImageJ to upgrade to the latest version of ImageJ (1.52q) and select File>Show Folder>Plugins. But this should not be necessary since nifti_io.jar is included with the ImageJ distribution downloaded from https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/download.html. It should be at /Applications/ImageJ.app/plugins/Input-Output/nifti_io.jar.
> ImageJ 1.52k; Java 1.8.0_172 [64-bit]; Mac OS X 10.13.6; 21MB of 3000MB (<1%)
> No images are open
> ImageJ home: /Applications/ImageJ/ImageJ.app/
> Java home: /Applications/ImageJ/ImageJ.app/jre
> Screen size: 2560x1440
> GUI scale: 1.00
> SetMenuBarCount: 1 (0ms)