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There are two ways to remove ZK Studio:

  1. Uninstall using the Update Manager
  2. Revert configuration by Rollback Manager

Using the Update Manager

  1. Close all open zul files within Eclipse.
  2. Click the [Help] menu and select [About Eclipse].
  3. Click Installation Details button.
    Uninstall about.png
  4. Select the Installed Software tab, scroll down the list and select the ZK Studio and then click Uninstall... button.
    Uninstall installed software.png
  5. On the Uninstall wizard dialog, click Finish button.
    Uninstall confirm dialog.png
  6. Click Restart Now on the confirmation dialog to restart Eclipse. If Eclipse does not restart, please restart it manually.
    Uninstall restart dialog.png
  7. After Eclipse has restarted, ZK Studio should have been successfully removed. To make sure the ZK Studio has completed uninstalling, repeat step 2 and 3. In the Plug-ins tab, there should be no plug-in titled ZK Studio.
  8. If the ZK Studio still exists, follow the steps in the Using the Rollback Manager section to uninstall.

Using the Rollback Manager (Manual removal is NOT supported)

  1. Close all open zul files within Eclipse.
  2. Click the [Help] menu and select [About Eclipse].
  3. Click Installation Details button.
    Uninstall about.png
  4. Switch to the Installation History tab. Select Current Installation will show ZK Studio in the Configuration contents list.
    Uninstall installation history tab.png
  5. Find the date from the Previous configurations list that corresponds to the point-in-time when ZK Studio was not present. In the Configuration contents list please make sure that the build has all the packages you require and not the ZK Studio, then click Revert button.
    Revert1.png
  6. Click Yes button on the pop-up confirmation dialog to revert.
    Revert2.png
  7. Click Yes button on the pop-up confirmation dialog to restart Eclipse. If Eclipse does not restart, please restart it manually.
    Uninstall revert restart.png
  8. After Eclipse has restarted, ZK Studio should have been successfully removed. To make sure the ZK Studio has completed uninstalling, repeat step 2 and 3. In the Plug-ins tab, there should be no plug-in titled ZK Studio.




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