Bug when adding files to a directory and viewing such

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AHCarter
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Bug when adding files to a directory and viewing such

Post by AHCarter » Wed Jan 19, 2005 1:36 am

:bug:

Using Agent as my news reader I will sometimes launch a pic individually and have no problem with such. The problem (crash) arises when I have a directory opened in Xnview and add files to it. It usually only happens with alot of files added, not a few, what that magic number is I don't know, though I suppose I could incrementally test it, perhaps at groups of five.

I'm not sure that the cache has anything to do with it or not, as I cleared it just the other day. Just now after I removed all via the dialogue, I exited then opened Windows Explorer and manually deleted the DB files.

It won't do it at 7, but it did it at 10 pics saved. Looks like 7 and below is the magic number as it crashed at 8 pics saved.

Now if Xnview is opened to another directory which I'm not saving to, it won't crash.
Sincerely,
A.H. Carter
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OS:Win 98 SE
Processor:Cyrix 6x86MX (MMX), 250 MHz
Xnview Ver: 1.74
RAM: 380MB

ckit
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Post by ckit » Wed Jan 19, 2005 1:43 am

Can you give a clearer step-by-step run down of what you are doing?
Windows 10 Pro x64 1909
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AHCarter
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Re: Bug when adding files to a directory and viewing such

Post by AHCarter » Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:31 am

ckit wrote:Can you give a clearer step-by-step run down of what you are doing?
I'll either already have Xnview opened to a particular folder
(O:\Photos\FooBar) for instance, and having Agent opened will save the attachments (highlight and press "A") to the particular folder (O:\Photos\FooBar). At that magic number, which I believe to be 8 and up, Xnview will crash. If I don't have Xnview at the folder, but another one, it won't crash. Also, IIRC it only happens with thumbnail view on (my default).

Now that's interesting! I'm thinking that as I was just now able to save 19 pics at List view, it must be something about Thumbnail view and perhaps memory or the size of the folder which might account for the crash.

Anyway, here is the report:

XNVIEW caused an invalid page fault in
module XNVIEW.EXE at 0177:00424054.
Registers:
EAX=00000000 CS=0177 EIP=00424054 EFLGS=00010293
EBX=015d4824 SS=017f ESP=010afdb8 EBP=015d4814
ECX=010afe08 DS=017f ESI=00000000 FS=43ff
EDX=00018144 ES=017f EDI=00000055 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 85 18 01 00 00 8d 54 24 1c 51 8b 8d 20 01 00
Stack dump:
00000000 81b754e8 00c93940 010aff98 81b79fd4 00000000 005c3a46 00000055 0000003f 00000100 00030010 00030008 00000004 00000064 00000064 ffff0000
Sincerely,
A.H. Carter
d(-_-)b

OS:Win 98 SE
Processor:Cyrix 6x86MX (MMX), 250 MHz
Xnview Ver: 1.74
RAM: 380MB

ckit
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Post by ckit » Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:46 am

Sorry, I can't reproduce this problem without having Forte Agent installed. I'm sure this is combination of Forte Agent and XnView, Forte Agent is locking on to a folder and XnView is crashing on accessing this folder.
Windows 10 Pro x64 1909
XnViewMP and Classic and PhotoFiltre Studio X

AHCarter
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Re: Bug when adding files to a directory and viewing such

Post by AHCarter » Wed Jan 19, 2005 1:02 pm

ckit wrote:Sorry, I can't reproduce this problem without having Forte Agent installed. I'm sure this is combination of Forte Agent and XnView, Forte Agent is locking on to a folder and XnView is crashing on accessing this folder.
Then why doesn't it crash when in any other view? Still as you say it may be a resource conflict or an Agent problem. However, I just got a crash when adding files via a copy to folder via Windows Explorer.
Sincerely,
A.H. Carter
d(-_-)b

OS:Win 98 SE
Processor:Cyrix 6x86MX (MMX), 250 MHz
Xnview Ver: 1.74
RAM: 380MB

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