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 Post subject: Close crashing problem
PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:58 am 
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Windows 2000 Pro, SP4, All updates installed (funny I have to disclaim that)

On beta 1.5, when I click the X, then choose File>Exit, then click the X again (for some reason there is a delay between those actions), it will give me the program error "CCS.exe has generated errors and will be closed by windows". Hope this helps in the debug proccess.

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Witch DIRECTX version you have ?

8.1 - 9.0 - 9.0c ?

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 7:12 pm 
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You only need to either click on the [X] button or choose File -> Exit, not both! You must have DirectX 9.0 or later installed, to be able to run CCS64 V3.0 BETA, anyway.

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Stuart Toomer wrote:
You only need to either click on the [X] button or choose File -> Exit, not both! You must have DirectX 9.0 or later installed, to be able to run CCS64 V3.0 BETA, anyway.


I do have DirectX 9.0c installed. I understand that you only need to click one, but if it throws an error like that when clicking both, that is still considered a bug. Basicaly the program shouldnt allow the opportunity to click both.

If it will take a delay between when you tell it to close and when it really does close, the window.Hide() method should be used so that the user thinks its been closed, then it will die off later.

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