When I launch JOSM v14460 in Windows 7 (x64) I get a warning about serious bugs in Java 10. I am advised to upgrade to Java 11. One of the buttons in the warning dialog box is a convenient button to update Java to v11. However, clicking that button opens a webpage to install Java 8; which obviously seems counter-intuitive since that's a significantly older version than 11 (furthermore I already have Java 8 installed).

This is beside the fact that I actually already have Java 11 installed. But that is a separate issue.

I apologize if this is not the appropriate place to report this. I'm still learning my way around here and figuring out how things work. Any direction, advice and/or feedback will be very much appreciated!

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Thank you! Please see the section about bugs on the JOSM homepage how to report bugs: https://josm.openstreetmap.de/#Bugs Please open a ticket there (if you cannot find an older, already existing one).

Please add a link here to the new ticket, for reference of others.

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answered 15 Dec '18, 20:36

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