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#16 Crash when reading lines list

closed-fixed
nobody
5
2012-12-05
2010-02-08
Ole Streicher
No

When I accidently press "Manual Disp." and then try to read the lines list, the program crashes with a number of errors (if debug is on) resp. a number of message boxes.

% XMANAGER: Caught unexpected error from client application. Message follows...
% Attempt to subscript <PtrHeapVar525> with TMP is out of range.
% Execution halted at: P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI_EVENT
% XMANAGER_EVLOOP_STANDARD
% XMANAGER
% P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI
% P3D_CDMASK
% P3D_GUI_EVENT
% IDLRTMAIN
% $MAIN$
% XMANAGER: Caught unexpected error from client application. Message follows...
% Attempt to subscript <PtrHeapVar525> with TMP is out of range.
% Execution halted at: P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI_EVENT
% XMANAGER_EVLOOP_STANDARD
% XMANAGER
% P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI
% P3D_CDMASK
% P3D_GUI_EVENT
% IDLRTMAIN
% $MAIN$
% XMANAGER: Caught unexpected error from client application. Message follows...
% Attempt to subscript <PtrHeapVar525> with TMP is out of range.
% Execution halted at: P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI_EVENT
% XMANAGER_EVLOOP_STANDARD
% XMANAGER
% P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI
% P3D_CDMASK
% P3D_GUI_EVENT
% IDLRTMAIN
% $MAIN$
% XMANAGER: Caught unexpected error from client application. Message follows...
% Attempt to subscript <PtrHeapVar525> with TMP is out of range.
% Execution halted at: P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI_EVENT
% XMANAGER_EVLOOP_STANDARD
% XMANAGER
% P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI
% P3D_CDMASK
% P3D_GUI_EVENT
% IDLRTMAIN
% $MAIN$
% XMANAGER: Caught unexpected error from client application. Message follows...
% Attempt to subscript <PtrHeapVar525> with TMP is out of range.
% Execution halted at: P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI_EVENT
% XMANAGER_EVLOOP_STANDARD
% XMANAGER
% P3D_WAVECAL_DISPMASK_GUI
% P3D_CDMASK
% P3D_GUI_EVENT
% IDLRTMAIN
% $MAIN$

This repeats a few hundret times.

Discussion

  • Fixed (earlier). The multiple repeats are due to an event being generated at mouse movement.

     
    • status: open --> closed-fixed