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jEdit install problem on Windows 7 -- stuck on "init macros"

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Hey all,


I use jEdit to do my coding and ran into some problems reinstalling it on my work computer now that it has Windows 7. Since jEdit's community is not very active, I figured I would throw my question out here and see if anyone could help.


So as I said, my work laptop was recently upgraded to 64 bit Windows 7 and after I installed the Java environment and installed jEdit (tried with the Windows and Java installers) it always gets stuck opening during the "init macros" portion.


Another odd thing is I can switch users and log in as the computer admin and install it and it will open while I'm logged in there... but when I switch users back and try to open jEdit, it still fails.


Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

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