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Executables (64-bit and 32-bit) for Windows and (64-bit) for Macintosh computers are available for all of our older projects (NAAP, ClassAction, & Ranking Tasks). The appropriate package for your (or your student's) computer system must be downloaded and installed locally. Note that these are actual applications that run in your native OS and their longevity depends only upon your OS. There is no similar viable solution for Chromebooks.

Note that every simulation available in the past on this site is contained in either the ClassAction or NAAP Labs native app. (In ClassAction look under the Animations tab.) The following guide to content is provided to assist you in navigating. Student guides and demonstration guides can be found on the NAAP Resources page.

Windows Executables (for 64-bit machines, what most people want)

ClassAction - v2.3.msi 97.4 MB January 30, 2020
NAAP Labs - v1.1.msi 22.4 MB January 30, 2020
Interactives - v1.1.msi 46.7 MB January 30, 2020

MacOS Executables

ClassAction - v2.3.pkg 97.1 MB January 30, 2020
NAAP Labs - v1.1.pkg 22.4 MB January 30, 2020
Interactives - v1.1.pkg 46.2 MB January 30, 2020

Windows Executables (for 32-bit machines, what a few people with older machines want)

Note that we don't have 32-bit machines conveniently available, so these have been tested less than the 64-bit versions.

ClassAction - v2.3.msi 98.6 MB March 1, 2021
NAAP Labs - v1.1.msi 23.6 MB March 1, 2021
Interactives - v1.1.msi 47.9 MB March 1, 2021

Videos on Installing Executables

For Windows

Direct link to the .mp4 file (8 Mb, 2.0 minutes).

For Macintosh

Direct link to the .mp4 file (4 Mb, 0.75 minutes).

Information on Running a Native App from a Thumbdrive

It is possible to run a Native App off of a thumbdrive (USB flashdrive). This procedure is unlikely to work in all circumstances (but certainly works in many).

For Windows

For Macintosh

Troubleshooting Tip

When we find a native app resource that is "misbehaving", it is almost always after resizing the window. For some reason, Adobe Air loses window/coordinate information. You should close it and try again without resizing (although resizing may work the next time).