“On Windows, you’ll have a .zip file. Double-click it, and drag the folder inside to a location on your hard disk. It could be Program Files or simply the desktop, but the important thing is for the processing folder to be pulled out of that .zip file. Then double-click processing.exe to start.”
That doesn’t work for me on Windows 7. What it does is produce a VERY SLOW extraction,
leaving one extracted file unmoved, and causing a Null Pointer Exception when I run the .exe file.
Instead I recommend:
“On Windows, you’ll have a .zip file. Right-click it, and choose Extract All from the popup menu. Accept the directory it chooses for you (a sub directory of the folder where you downloaded the zip file). Then double-click processing.exe to start.”
These instructions start the processing editor with no problems.