Here are issues some of us already encountered.

Problem: I am using Jzy3d 0.9 (and JOGL2) and I still got the message UnsatisfiedLinkError: no gluegen-rt in java.library.path.
Solution: Under 0.9, you must have gluegen-rt.jar before gluegen.jar in your classpath.

Problem: I am using Jzy3d 0.8 (and JOGL1) and I got the message UnsatisfiedLinkError: no jogl in java.library.path.
Solution: Under 0.8, you must have JOGL native libraries (dlls, so, etc) in the execution path. For eclipse developpers:

  • Right click on the project, choose "Properties", then "Java Build Path" and then the "Libraries" tab.
  • Under the item "jogl.jar - ..." select "Native library location: (None)" and click the Edit button.
  • Press the Workspace... button and select your ./bin/{platform} folder.

Problem: Each time I run a chart on my linux computer, console prints nvfx_screen_get_param:95 - Warning: unknown PIPE_CAP.
Diagnostic: You may use default drivers.
Solution: You may install NVIDIA drivers: sudo apt-get install nvidia-current

Problem: The chart is frozen and does not process mouse and keyboard events
Diagnostic: If your running Eclipse on Mac OS 10.8 and having SWT in your classpath (which is in build path configuration of Jzy3d, either through maven or eclipse project files given on the repository), Eclipse will take all the events sent to your chart without redirecting them back to the original panel.
Solution: Remove SWT from classpath