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Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.2 (319) - ERROR

#1 Re: PSPad unicode 5.0.2 (319) - ERROR

Posted by: Gabriel_ACE | Date: 2019-04-10 13:02 | IP: IP Logged

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Stack list, generated 10/4/2019 09:58:38

Thank you for your support and the time to report this!
But please don't put such logs into the forum.
Send them to the Author Jan by mail.
For mail address see PSPad > Help > About
This message here is an general text, nothing special to you.
Jan gets all forum posts by mail additionally, so nothing is lost here.
You can still report bugs in Bug report forum, that is fine and very welcome.
Please use an most descriptive Subject line (PSPad version, what happens,...).
Don't post the log here, rather send them to Jan by mail.
Post maybe only some information from the log 'header' and 'footer',
(like I has left back) so others can see that something related is going on.
Thank you for your understanding.

Also please describe most exactly what you have done
right before and e.g. how often that error occurs.
- For example:
- PSPad runs for x hours.
- I had n files open.
- Problematic file in question was a *.XXX with X byte in size.
- If I click/do/execute (..accurate instructions here..)
- I had expected:
- But I got instead:
- I can reproduce this every time / only once.
- I had verified that with:
--- older/newer builds
--- on other Computers
--- with other files, and I can report...
Thank you very much!

Program : C:\A\PSPad editor\PSPad.exe 5.0.2 (319)
System : Windows 10 Professional x64, Version: 10.0, Build: 4563,
Processor: Intel, Intel(R) Pentium(R) CPU G3250 @ 3.20GHz, 3190 MHz MMX
Display : 1366x768 pixels, 32 bpp PPI: 96
Active Controls Hierarchy:
TPSSynEdit ""
TfChildEdit "_"

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2019-04-10 14:16 by Stefan.

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