If two instances of the developed application are open
at the same time (run through the "run application"
button). When one of these is ended the windows all
come back up. When the second one is ended the whole
application closes sometimes with a python error,
My recomendation (although I'm just a lowly python
scripter) is to limit the number of open testing
instances to one or only do the flashy effect thing
where all the windows focus (my theory of the cause)
when all of the testing instances have been ended.
I can replicate this on my Window XP machine which is
running Python version 2.4 and wx-2.6-msw-ansi. More
information can be reported if needed.
Also props on what you have so far. This sort of thing
will (maybe) attract some VB (urgh...) and Dephi
programmers. What with the ultra portablity and all.
Oh and this also happens on my Dad's Windows 98 machine
which consistantly completely crashes (needs a restart)
and brings up and illegal opperation thingy.