> Open a file (in binary mode!). Then press ctrl+E
Just tried replacements, a bug still there:
Ht32 running in a CMD Window (W2k sp3) added an
extra Null Byte at the end of a file while replacing
("This program" to "This programm" 1 replacement)
with another exe-file HT32 did this replacement
without extra byte.
2.Bug: F9 "go ofs" displays mode selection
PS: I prefer disabled menus rather than
changing, giving information that something
more is possible if enabled.
Can you reliably reproduce this bug (extra 0-byte at end of file) ?
I can't. And I've never seen it happen. I'm using XP.
As for the 2nd bug: it's not a bug ! But it's label is probalby misleading. press F9 again. It says "view offset 00000000 in..." e.g. It means: view current offset in a different mode.
Menus wont be fixed in 0.7.x and probably not even in 0.8.x.
It's targetted for 0.9 (which is a big rewrite we're working on)
This appears repeatable with one file called "Fetchdate.exe" but not with other files ....
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