The problem: when you first open the JackTrip Desktop app on a Windows computer, it opens an extra Terminal window with a warning message about “weakjack”
Summary: this is caused by a regression bug in Windows 11. Microsoft has fixed the bug, but not yet released the update to everyone. You can safely ignore and close the Window.
Windows 11 includes a new Terminal application that introduced a regression bug from Windows 10. You can find more information about this bug here. The Microsoft team fixed the bug in this release. It will eventually be rolled out to everyone using Windows 11 via automated updates.
In the meantime, there are a few ways you can mitigate this issue:
Just close the Window. It is harmless and the warning can be ignored.
Change your Default Terminal Application
- Open up windows terminal window (or use the one that JackTrip opened for you) and click on the down chevron, then open “Settings”
- Select “Windows Console Host” as your “Default Terminal Application”
- Click Save
- Close it
- Upgrade Windows Terminal
- Download and install the latest release of Windows Terminal (v1.17.1023 or later)