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Eclipse is not reconising the latest Java Update


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Hi, I updated my Java to the latest (and possibly the last) version from Apple. Then I started up Eclipse and I'm getting this error, where it says the the JRE is detached.
Do you guys have any idea what to do to make it work again?
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I'm running the latest Eclipse with the latest Java update so I know it works. Eclipse is one of those apps that's pretty easy to just remove and re-install. That's what I would try first.
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I will so that so, My NetBeans is working fine, but I don't like NetBeans
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I uninstalled Eclipse and re-downloaded it. Still the same problems.
Here's a sceenshot of what it says:

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Need a different screen shot. Navigate to Eclipse/Preferences/Java/Installed JREs and post that screen shot. Internally OS X uses a lot of symbolic links but ultimately you should be pointing at the following directory:

/System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home
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Thanks its fixed now
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