New issues should be reported against the GitHub issue tracker. The entire jMonkeyEngine repository on Google Code is deprecated as of March 2014.

How to report bugs against the jMonkeyEngine

Even if you cannot contribute patches and plugins, you can still help a lot by reporting bugs and helping us improve existing features.

To file a bug report, you must have a google account. If that’s something you are strongly opposed to, you may file a report by posting in our contribution depot for jME3, or here for jME2. We do highly prefer the GoogleCode issue tracker though.

Filing a new issue to GoogleCode

  1. Carefully search through existing jME3 issues. Is your issue not listed? Please continue.
  2. Press the new issue button in the top left corner, or use this direct link to file a new issue.
  3. Simply follow the instructions. Do not apply any new labels unless you know what you’re doing.

For more information, see:

Filing a new issue in the ‘contribution depot’

You need a registered account on our forum to post a new thread.

Please make a descriptive title for your post, and use the template below.

Bug Report Template

  • What did you intend to do, what was the expected outcome?
  • What outcome do you experience instead?
  • What steps will reproduce the problem?
  • What version of the product(s) are you using? Please copy build details from jMonkeyEngine's About Screen!
  • On what operating system?
  • Please provide any additional information. (e.g. your hardware specs and Java version).
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