#549 FreeMind Flash Browser problem with Big Files

_FreeMind_0.9.0
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2008-01-08
2008-01-08
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Hi. I'm generating a .mm file with the values of a data base. I've checked if the xml is valid with the "rxp" command (available with apt-get in debian..) and it looks ok.

It has about 1150 nodes, and the nodes are shown collapsed, not as the ususal tree view, like broken... Testing it i've seen that it happens whith big files... Is there any solution for this? or is a memory limitation for swf objects??

In the real/java FreeMind, the file is loaded properly. I haven't tested it in a windows OS host with iexplorer, but in Iceweasel (Debian) it's "broken", so perhaps is a problem of the memory configuration in the swf player and not the FreeMind Flash Browser.

Thanks for the software.

Pablo.

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  • Pablo Rincón Crespo

    Broken tree (collapsed nodes)

     
  • Eric L.

    Eric L. - 2008-01-08

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    I can confirm the issue with 0.9.0.Beta15 under Windows XPSP2 and Firefox (known as Iceweasel under Debian!). I don't think the issue is with the file itself and the way it's been generated, the same file saved with FreeMind gives the same strange result in the Flash viewer (see snapshot).

    Eric
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  • Eric L.

    Eric L. - 2008-01-08
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  • Andrew

    Andrew - 2008-05-28

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    Same issue in Flash Browser v1.0b from a LARGE FreeMind 0.9.0 b17 .mm file (over 1300 nodes?). If I delete a few branches in the .mm file, then the Flash Browser displays the file correctly.

     
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    Andrew - 2008-05-28

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    Same issue in Flash Browser v1.0b from a LARGE FreeMind 0.9.0 b17 .mm file
    (over 1300 nodes?). If I delete a few branches in the .mm file, then the
    Flash Browser displays the file correctly.

    (It doesn't look like there's a way for me to add attachments.)

    Windows XP SP2
    MSIE 6 SP2
    Adobe Flash Player V9.0.124.0

     
  • Andrew

    Andrew - 2010-04-17

    The EXACT limit in Flash Browser v1.0b is 1004 nodes. Seems to be independent of depth. Had one file with a depth of 12 levels and another with a deth of 7 levels. The files both display correctly with 1004 nodes. Both files displayed incorrectly with 1005 nodes.

    Windows XP SP3
    MSIE7
    Adobe Flash Player 10,0,22,87

     

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