#58 Intermittent problems with opening files

closed-fixed
nobody
None
5
2010-05-07
2009-10-27
Charlie Kim
No

If I have Java Treeview open and a file loaded, I sometimes I problems opening a new file - I go through the process and everything looks okay, but once the dialogs are closed the old file remains open. It never seems to happen if I open a fresh instance of Treeview and open the file - only when a file is already open. Also, the problem is sporadic - if I just try again, the file usually opens (although not always - sometimes it takes a few tries). I'm providing 2 test files to try to recreate the problem - if you successively try to switch back and forth between the files, it should recreate the problem (it does on my 2 XP machines).

Discussion

  • Charlie Kim

    Charlie Kim - 2009-10-27

    2 test pcl files

     
  • Alok Saldanha

    Alok Saldanha - 2010-05-03

    Hi Charlie, I have been able to reproduce the problem under Virtual Box. I'll see what I can do about a fix.

     
  • Alok Saldanha

    Alok Saldanha - 2010-05-05

    This has been fixed as of version 1.1.4r4. You can check the version that is running by using the "Help->About" menu item. Be careful when you upgrade, I found that the windows installer did not overwrite the existing Treeview installation. The easiest way to fix this is to open the zip file and copy the main "TreeView.jar" file directly over "C:/Program Files/Stanford University/Java TreeView/TreeView.jar"

     
  • Alok Saldanha

    Alok Saldanha - 2010-05-05
    • status: open --> pending-fixed
     
  • Charlie Kim

    Charlie Kim - 2010-05-07
    • status: pending-fixed --> open-fixed
     
  • Charlie Kim

    Charlie Kim - 2010-05-07

    Tested, and it looks rock solid - thanks Alok! FYI, the installer worked fine on my machine - it overwrote the appropriate files.

     
  • Alok Saldanha

    Alok Saldanha - 2010-05-07
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed
     

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