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vrf Vee Pro 8.0 and 8.51 instability

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 29, 2008
Latest reply on Jun 29, 2008 by VRFuser
Nick,

Is it possible it is a corruption or clash with windows clipboard. 

The other thing that comes to mind is a Trojan or virus.

Not nice thoughts, but that's the best I can come up with, trying to think outside the square.

Sometimes an errant device driver, even video can cause weird windows behaviour.

Cheers,
Gary


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-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Evans [mailto:nick@evanstest.co.uk]
Sent: Saturday, 28 June 2008 9:28 PM
To: VRF
Subject: RE: [vrf] Vee Pro 8.0 and 8.51 instability

What windows?   Windows XP SP2.

I'm not sure its strictly true to say it can't be killed from windows task manager.  More accurate is that I can't actually switch to the task manager.
If I click CTRL+ALT + DELETE, the windows security panel comes up.  If I then click on "Task Manager" I just get a beep and the screen switches back to the bad vee app.

Turning off "code completion supports built-in functions" seems to help a little but system is still unstable.

I think the issue is related to some kind of memory management flaw.
The
app seems most likely to fail after I have pasted in code from another vee window.  This pasted in code could be almost anything... a user function, user object, formula box or even just a line of text from a formula box, etc.  Its almost guaranteed that after I do this the vee app will lock up after a few further edits.

No idea really but happens across just about all my vee apps and on all my PCs.

I struggle on... 

Nick





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