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From: Andrew Benton <b3nt@uk...> - 2005-05-14 21:09:07
I have a strange problem when I try to open a file with Rezound. If I click File>
Open and it opens a completely blank, unresponsive window. To get it to work I have
to compile and install it again from the same source with exactly the same options.
Is there a way I can get it to work properly the first time without having to compile
Andrew Benton wrote:
> Hello list,
> I have a strange problem when I try to open a file with Rezound. If I
> click File> Open and it opens a completely blank, unresponsive window.
> To get it to work I have to compile and install it again from the same
> source with exactly the same options. Is there a way I can get it to
> work properly the first time without having to compile it twice?
When you click file->open is it the file-chooser dialog that is blank
and unresponsive? Control of the process is in FOX's hands at that
point, so I'm not sure what the deal is, or why rezound has to be
rebuilt to fix it. Are you sure that's the only solution? Has it
broken and that same thing fixed it more than once?
Andrew Benton wrote:
> It's completely reproducible. It was happening with rezound-0.11.1beta
> and I thought it was a bug in that release. When I downloaded
> rezound-0.12.0beta I installed it over the top of rezound-0.11.1beta,
> the File> Open dialog worked so I thought, oh good, it's fixed. Then a
> couple of days ago I rearranged my partitions and reinstalled
> everything and when I was done the File> Open dialog was broken again
> and that was how I realised that what fixed it was reinstalling it
> over itself. rezound-0.11.1beta was compiled against fox-1.2.11.
> rezound-0.12.0beta is compiled against fox-1.5.4.
Just a lame suggestion.. try an older version of fox (i.e. fox-1.3.x or
so).. or were you already on an older version before using rezound-0.12.0?