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When I launch JOSM I get this error warning popup message for my plugin.

I'm using the latest version yet it requires a higher version, which is really confusing.

I need some help to figure out how to fix it.

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I'm using these two Plugins with log4j and jogl.


I got this version that it requires

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and I'm getting this when I load JOSM

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asked 12 Dec '17, 04:54

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edited 22 Dec '17, 21:27

You are using latest tested release, but there are also testing releases available on the JOSM website:


Current "latest" version is 13199, which should satisfy kendzi3d requirements (>=13174).

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answered 12 Dec '17, 05:11

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edited 12 Dec '17, 05:12

Ok, I can't believe I missed that link... Thanks!

(12 Dec '17, 14:35) Mxdanger

Ok I actually got the “developer version” and now it says the “plugin can’t run do you want to uninstall it.” So I can’t get it to run, how can I download an exact version of JOSM?

(12 Dec '17, 21:08) Mxdanger

Oh... On the same page you have a link to "older" releases, which leads to this directory:


(13 Dec '17, 00:29) kocio

I think my problem is greater than version incombability because that plugin is for the 3D edIting but I don’t know how to get it to run on macOS, as every single damn install guide is slightly different, more confusing, and only talks about a simple Windows install with nothing else. I’ve literally been researching for the past 3 hours and got nowhere…

I’m going to be asking a new question more specifically in detail for the plugin. This answer would be the correct answer if it weren’t for this complicated plugin.

(14 Dec '17, 06:23) Mxdanger

Ok I finally found out how to fix it. The solution is in a issue I posted in kendzi3d’s GitHub.

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answered 28 Dec '17, 03:48

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