Currently, we encounter UI issues under the latest Ubuntu. Some reports include but not limit to
- Opens a file –> editor is blank
- Make modifications to the map –> no notification to save on closing editor
OS: Ubuntu 16.04
This issue seems to be related with Eclipse SWT’s GTK3 support. Discussions on this kind of issues have been made at Eclipse’s bug tracking site since early 2016. We will track on this and see what we could do.
There is currently a workaround for this by setting an environment variable
SWT_GTK3=0 before launching XMind. For Ubuntu users, please refer to this community help for how to set environment variables.
The simplest solution would be to append a line
export SWT_GTK3=0 to the end of the
Or, if you start XMind from command line, please use
$ export SWT_GTK3=0 $ ./XMind
$ SWT_GTK3=0 ./XMind