Jonathan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message <email@example.com>... > Hi, > > Running in the classic windows theme, or checking "Disable desktop > composition" in the properties for matlab.exe both work for me. > (Changing the Java engine did not seem to make a difference, though.) > However, both of these settings will prevent you from using the Aero > theme. > > I got MATLAB 2007b to work with Aero by following the steps on this > link: > > http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/newsreader/view_thread/159717 > > Briefly: > > 1. Right click on my computer, and select properties > 2. Click "Advanced system settings" > 3. Click "Environment variables ..." > 4. Click "New ..." and add a variable named "MATLAB_RESERVE_LO" > with a value of "0". > > Hit "OK" to close these dialog boxes, and MATLAB should work just like > a normal program in Aero!
Running Windows 7 Ultimate everything is OK with the above settings