Can't Open File
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Re: Can't Open File
So Allow only one instance of XnView (Tools → Settings... → General → General) is disabled, and you're dragging & dropging files from the browser of one instance to the other?
 Brother GabrielMarie
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Re: Can't Open File
Correct. I like to work with multiple instances of MP (sometimes 5 or 6) and have them open to different folders.
I wish MP could open multiple browser tabs...
I wish MP could open multiple browser tabs...
 Brother GabrielMarie
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Re: Can't Open File
Here you can see an example of how the panel tabs disappear when you select a "broken" file.
Re: Can't Open File
I usually only run a single instance of XnView w/o activated cache, so I don't have any 1sthand experience in that regard, but judging from the forum discussions, MP should be capable of negotiating access from more than one “client” simultaniously — even in a network environment.
 Brother GabrielMarie
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Re: Can't Open File
Most of the time I don't have any problem running multiple instances of MP.
However, I do seem to have issues copying/moving files from one MP to another. I haven't tried to troubleshoot this, though.
Right now I'm stuck with files that won't display, and I have no idea why. I can see them with any other program; just not MP. When I open a "broken" file in another program, say, Imagine (I use it as a plugin in FreeCommander) then it opens it fine. Photoshop opens them fine, too and nothing seems to be wrong with them.
I wonder if MP is trying to automatically correct something in the files and is misplacing a bit somewhere or something like that?
If I open a "broken" file in Photoshop and crop it a teeny bit and then save it, then it fixes the thumbnail in MP but doesn't fix the file itself for MP. That's even weirder.
For the "broken" files, I notice that the Properties tab shows only the "File" part  there is no "Image" information at all  no format, size, dimensions, bits, color model  nothing  not even the section. It's as if MP has decided it isn't an image file, even though it has a thumbnail. However, if I rightclick on the broken file and look at the "Properties" in the "Details" tab, there I can see image information such as dimensions.
Ah  now, I tried opening a broken file in XVI32 (a hex editor) and got a fileopen error. Where a nonborked file opens fine. So maybe something really is wrong with the file. It would be nice if MP could recognize what this is and repair it. Now if we can just figure out what *this* is.
However, I do seem to have issues copying/moving files from one MP to another. I haven't tried to troubleshoot this, though.
Right now I'm stuck with files that won't display, and I have no idea why. I can see them with any other program; just not MP. When I open a "broken" file in another program, say, Imagine (I use it as a plugin in FreeCommander) then it opens it fine. Photoshop opens them fine, too and nothing seems to be wrong with them.
I wonder if MP is trying to automatically correct something in the files and is misplacing a bit somewhere or something like that?
If I open a "broken" file in Photoshop and crop it a teeny bit and then save it, then it fixes the thumbnail in MP but doesn't fix the file itself for MP. That's even weirder.
For the "broken" files, I notice that the Properties tab shows only the "File" part  there is no "Image" information at all  no format, size, dimensions, bits, color model  nothing  not even the section. It's as if MP has decided it isn't an image file, even though it has a thumbnail. However, if I rightclick on the broken file and look at the "Properties" in the "Details" tab, there I can see image information such as dimensions.
Ah  now, I tried opening a broken file in XVI32 (a hex editor) and got a fileopen error. Where a nonborked file opens fine. So maybe something really is wrong with the file. It would be nice if MP could recognize what this is and repair it. Now if we can just figure out what *this* is.
Last edited by Brother GabrielMarie on Tue Sep 12, 2017 10:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Re: Can't Open File
I successfully opened your sample files with two dozen or more programs (including XnView MP). None of them had any problems whatsoever loading these images. Even all the diagnostic software I use on a regular basis (JPEGsnoop, TweakPNG, and Stuffware Photo Studio, to name but a few) gave them a clean bill of health.Brother GabrielMarie wrote:Right now I'm stuck with files that won't display, and I have no idea why. I can see them with any other program; just not MP. When I open a "broken" file in another program, say, Imagine (I use it as a plugin in FreeCommander) then it opens it fine. Photoshop opens them fine, too and nothing seems to be wrong with them.
 Brother GabrielMarie
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Re: Can't Open File
Try these two files.
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 borked and nonborked.zip
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Re: Can't Open File
I did a binary comparison of good.jpg and borked.jpg: According to FC, AptDiff, …Brother GabrielMarie wrote:Try these two files.
… and Compare it!, they're absolutely identical
 Brother GabrielMarie
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Re: Can't Open File
So I am using jpegSnoop from your link (I always wanted one of these! thanks!)
I did find a difference between these two files.
The Marker: DHT section has some differences: the Offset is different, and the Huffman Table length is different.
In fact, all three sets of DHT values are different. I don't know if that matters, though. Just thought I'd point it out.
*Something* is different; XVI32 hex editor will open one but not the other. MP likes one, but not the other.
I did find a difference between these two files.
The Marker: DHT section has some differences: the Offset is different, and the Huffman Table length is different.
In fact, all three sets of DHT values are different. I don't know if that matters, though. Just thought I'd point it out.
*Something* is different; XVI32 hex editor will open one but not the other. MP likes one, but not the other.
Re: Can't Open File
 good.jpg
 File size: 660'032 bytes
 SHA256: 95C9EB46C8524A17BD9945FD2E67FB5B9350C6264A5D3B585420DF6A6192190A
 Timestamp (last modified): 01/Jan/1601 00:00:00
 borked.jpg
 File size: 660'032 bytes
 SHA256: 95C9EB46C8524A17BD9945FD2E67FB5B9350C6264A5D3B585420DF6A6192190A
 Timestamp (last modified): 12/Sep/2017 20:40:20
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Code: Select all
JPEGsnoop 1.7.5 by Calvin Hass
http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/

Filename: [X:\borked.jpg]
Filesize: [660032] Bytes
Start Offset: 0x00000000
*** Marker: SOI (xFFD8) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000000
*** Marker: APP0 (xFFE0) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000002
Length = 16
Identifier = [JFIF]
version = [1.1]
density = 96 x 96 DPI (dots per inch)
thumbnail = 0 x 0
*** Marker: APP13 (xFFED) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000014
Length = 2
Segment too short for Identifier. Skipping remainder.
*** Marker: DQT (xFFDB) ***
Define a Quantization Table.
OFFSET: 0x00000018
Table length = 67

Precision=8 bits
Destination ID=0 (Luminance)
DQT, Row #0: 11 8 7 11 17 28 36 43
DQT, Row #1: 8 8 10 13 18 41 42 39
DQT, Row #2: 10 9 11 17 28 40 48 39
DQT, Row #3: 10 12 15 20 36 61 56 43
DQT, Row #4: 13 15 26 39 48 76 72 54
DQT, Row #5: 17 25 39 45 57 73 79 64
DQT, Row #6: 34 45 55 61 72 85 84 71
DQT, Row #7: 50 64 67 69 78 70 72 69
Approx quality factor = 65.01 (scaling=69.99 variance=1.07)
*** Marker: DQT (xFFDB) ***
Define a Quantization Table.
OFFSET: 0x0000005D
Table length = 67

Precision=8 bits
Destination ID=1 (Chrominance)
DQT, Row #0: 12 13 17 33 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #1: 13 15 18 46 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #2: 17 18 39 69 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #3: 33 46 69 69 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #4: 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #5: 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #6: 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69
DQT, Row #7: 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69
Approx quality factor = 65.07 (scaling=69.85 variance=0.29)
*** Marker: SOF0 (Baseline DCT) (xFFC0) ***
OFFSET: 0x000000A2
Frame header length = 17
Precision = 8
Number of Lines = 2783
Samples per Line = 2024
Image Size = 2024 x 2783
Raw Image Orientation = Portrait
Number of Img components = 3
Component[1]: ID=0x01, Samp Fac=0x22 (Subsamp 1 x 1), Quant Tbl Sel=0x00 (Lum: Y)
Component[2]: ID=0x02, Samp Fac=0x11 (Subsamp 2 x 2), Quant Tbl Sel=0x01 (Chrom: Cb)
Component[3]: ID=0x03, Samp Fac=0x11 (Subsamp 2 x 2), Quant Tbl Sel=0x01 (Chrom: Cr)
*** Marker: DHT (Define Huffman Table) (xFFC4) ***
OFFSET: 0x000000B5
Huffman table length = 27

Destination ID = 0
Class = 0 (DC / Lossless Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (002 total): 03 04
Codes of length 03 bits (003 total): 01 02 05
Codes of length 04 bits (001 total): 00
Codes of length 05 bits (001 total): 06
Codes of length 06 bits (001 total): 07
Codes of length 07 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 08 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 09 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 10 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 11 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 12 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 13 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 14 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 15 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 16 bits (000 total):
Total number of codes: 008
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 03 (Total Len = 5)
01 = 04 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 03 bits:
100 = 01 (Total Len = 4)
101 = 02 (Total Len = 5)
110 = 05 (Total Len = 8)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1110 = 00 (Total Len = 4)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11110 = 06 (Total Len = 11)
Codes of length 06 bits:
111110 = 07 (Total Len = 13)
*** Marker: DHT (Define Huffman Table) (xFFC4) ***
OFFSET: 0x000000D2
Huffman table length = 59

Destination ID = 0
Class = 1 (AC Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (002 total): 01 02
Codes of length 03 bits (002 total): 00 03
Codes of length 04 bits (002 total): 04 11
Codes of length 05 bits (002 total): 12 21
Codes of length 06 bits (001 total): 31
Codes of length 07 bits (004 total): 05 13 22 41
Codes of length 08 bits (001 total): 51
Codes of length 09 bits (003 total): 14 32 61
Codes of length 10 bits (004 total): 06 23 71 81
Codes of length 11 bits (002 total): 42 91
Codes of length 12 bits (002 total): 15 24
Codes of length 13 bits (002 total): 33 52
Codes of length 14 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 15 bits (002 total): A1 62
Codes of length 16 bits (011 total): B1 16 43 34 C1 25 44 82 53 72 E1
Total number of codes: 040
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 01 (Total Len = 3)
01 = 02 (Total Len = 4)
Codes of length 03 bits:
100 = 00 (EOB) (Total Len = 3)
101 = 03 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1100 = 04 (Total Len = 8)
1101 = 11 (Total Len = 5)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11100 = 12 (Total Len = 7)
11101 = 21 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 06 bits:
111100 = 31 (Total Len = 7)
Codes of length 07 bits:
1111010 = 05 (Total Len = 12)
1111011 = 13 (Total Len = 10)
1111100 = 22 (Total Len = 9)
1111101 = 41 (Total Len = 8)
Codes of length 08 bits:
11111100 = 51 (Total Len = 9)
Codes of length 09 bits:
111111010 = 14 (Total Len = 13)
111111011 = 32 (Total Len = 11)
111111100 = 61 (Total Len = 10)
Codes of length 10 bits:
1111111010 = 06 (Total Len = 16)
1111111011 = 23 (Total Len = 13)
1111111100 = 71 (Total Len = 11)
1111111101 = 81 (Total Len = 11)
Codes of length 11 bits:
11111111100 = 42 (Total Len = 13)
11111111101 = 91 (Total Len = 12)
Codes of length 12 bits:
111111111100 = 15 (Total Len = 17)
111111111101 = 24 (Total Len = 16)
Codes of length 13 bits:
1111111111100 = 33 (Total Len = 16)
1111111111101 = 52 (Total Len = 15)
Codes of length 15 bits:
111111111111000 = A1 (Total Len = 16)
111111111111001 = 62 (Total Len = 17)
Codes of length 16 bits:
1111111111110100 = B1 (Total Len = 17)
1111111111110101 = 16 (Total Len = 22)
1111111111110110 = 43 (Total Len = 19)
1111111111110111 = 34 (Total Len = 20)
1111111111111000 = C1 (Total Len = 17)
1111111111111001 = 25 (Total Len = 21)
1111111111111010 = 44 (Total Len = 20)
1111111111111011 = 82 (Total Len = 18)
1111111111111100 = 53 (Total Len = 19)
1111111111111101 = 72 (Total Len = 18)
1111111111111110 = E1 (Total Len = 17)
*** Marker: DHT (Define Huffman Table) (xFFC4) ***
OFFSET: 0x0000010F
Huffman table length = 25

Destination ID = 1
Class = 0 (DC / Lossless Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (003 total): 00 01 02
Codes of length 03 bits (001 total): 03
Codes of length 04 bits (001 total): 04
Codes of length 05 bits (001 total): 05
Codes of length 06 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 07 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 08 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 09 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 10 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 11 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 12 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 13 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 14 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 15 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 16 bits (000 total):
Total number of codes: 006
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 00 (Total Len = 2)
01 = 01 (Total Len = 3)
10 = 02 (Total Len = 4)
Codes of length 03 bits:
110 = 03 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1110 = 04 (Total Len = 8)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11110 = 05 (Total Len = 10)
*** Marker: DHT (Define Huffman Table) (xFFC4) ***
OFFSET: 0x0000012A
Huffman table length = 44

Destination ID = 1
Class = 1 (AC Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (002 total): 00 01
Codes of length 03 bits (002 total): 02 11
Codes of length 04 bits (002 total): 21 31
Codes of length 05 bits (003 total): 03 12 41
Codes of length 06 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 07 bits (003 total): 22 51 61
Codes of length 08 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 09 bits (003 total): 13 32 71
Codes of length 10 bits (001 total): 04
Codes of length 11 bits (001 total): 42
Codes of length 12 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 13 bits (003 total): 23 52 81
Codes of length 14 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 15 bits (002 total): 14 43
Codes of length 16 bits (003 total): 62 91 B1
Total number of codes: 025
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 00 (EOB) (Total Len = 2)
01 = 01 (Total Len = 3)
Codes of length 03 bits:
100 = 02 (Total Len = 5)
101 = 11 (Total Len = 4)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1100 = 21 (Total Len = 5)
1101 = 31 (Total Len = 5)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11100 = 03 (Total Len = 8)
11101 = 12 (Total Len = 7)
11110 = 41 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 07 bits:
1111100 = 22 (Total Len = 9)
1111101 = 51 (Total Len = 8)
1111110 = 61 (Total Len = 8)
Codes of length 09 bits:
111111100 = 13 (Total Len = 12)
111111101 = 32 (Total Len = 11)
111111110 = 71 (Total Len = 10)
Codes of length 10 bits:
1111111110 = 04 (Total Len = 14)
Codes of length 11 bits:
11111111110 = 42 (Total Len = 13)
Codes of length 13 bits:
1111111111100 = 23 (Total Len = 16)
1111111111101 = 52 (Total Len = 15)
1111111111110 = 81 (Total Len = 14)
Codes of length 15 bits:
111111111111100 = 14 (Total Len = 19)
111111111111101 = 43 (Total Len = 18)
Codes of length 16 bits:
1111111111111100 = 62 (Total Len = 18)
1111111111111101 = 91 (Total Len = 17)
1111111111111110 = B1 (Total Len = 17)
*** Marker: SOS (Start of Scan) (xFFDA) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000158
Scan header length = 12
Number of img components = 3
Component[1]: selector=0x01, table=0(DC),0(AC)
Component[2]: selector=0x02, table=1(DC),1(AC)
Component[3]: selector=0x03, table=1(DC),1(AC)
Spectral selection = 0 .. 63
Successive approximation = 0x00
*** Decoding SCAN Data ***
OFFSET: 0x00000166
Scan Decode Mode: Full IDCT (AC + DC)
Scan Data encountered marker 0xFFD9 @ 0x000A123E.0
Compression stats:
Compression Ratio: 25.62:1
Bits per pixel: 0.94:1
Huffman code histogram stats:
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 0, Class: DC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 45040 ( 51%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 34849 ( 39%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 4326 ( 5%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 3931 ( 4%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 246 ( 0%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 0 ( 0%)
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 1, Class: DC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 37156 ( 84%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 5435 ( 12%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 1516 ( 3%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 89 ( 0%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 0 ( 0%)
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 0, Class: AC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 412146 ( 48%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 200051 ( 23%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 113176 ( 13%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 55496 ( 7%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 18216 ( 2%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 36989 ( 4%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 5210 ( 1%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 5643 ( 1%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 3467 ( 0%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 647 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 362 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 213 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 139 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 71 ( 0%)
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 1, Class: AC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 87559 ( 63%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 29489 ( 21%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 13129 ( 9%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 7082 ( 5%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 1968 ( 1%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 624 ( 0%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 74 ( 0%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 55 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 38 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 5 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 4 ( 0%)
YCC clipping in DC:
Y component: [<0= 0] [>255= 0]
Cb component: [<0= 0] [>255= 0]
Cr component: [<0= 0] [>255= 0]
YCC histogram in DC (DCT sums : preranged:
Y component histo: [min= 818 max= 900 avg= 106.4]
Cb component histo: [min= 403 max= 95 avg= 164.8]
Cr component histo: [min= 123 max= 488 avg= 194.9]
YCC histogram in DC:
Y component histo: [min= 0 max= 240 avg= 114.3]
Cb component histo: [min= 0 max= 139 avg= 107.0]
Cr component histo: [min= 0 max= 189 avg= 152.0]
RGB histogram in DC (before clip):
R component histo: [min= 0 max= 258 avg= 147.4]
G component histo: [min= 0 max= 240 avg= 103.9]
B component histo: [min= 9 max= 226 avg= 76.5]
RGB clipping in DC:
R component: [<0= 0] [>255= 6]
G component: [<0= 0] [>255= 0]
B component: [<0= 8] [>255= 0]
RGB histogram in DC (after clip):
R component histo: [min= 0 max= 255 avg= 147.4]
G component histo: [min= 0 max= 240 avg= 103.9]
B component histo: [min= 0 max= 226 avg= 76.5]
Average Pixel Luminance (Y):
Y=[114] (range: 0..255)
Brightest Pixel Search:
YCC=[ 900, 152, 76] RGB=[252,240,206] @ MCU[126, 27]
Finished Decoding SCAN Data
Number of RESTART markers decoded: 0
Next position in scan buffer: Offset 0x000A123E.0
*** Marker: EOI (End of Image) (xFFD9) ***
OFFSET: 0x000A123E
*** Searching Compression Signatures ***
Signature: 0139091A8EB09D2E5B08BF57DA89136A
Signature (Rotated): 01FD829AFC9398AA4692176577CC045B
File Offset: 0 bytes
Chroma subsampling: 2x2
EXIF Make/Model: NONE
EXIF Makernotes: NONE
EXIF Software: NONE
Searching Compression Signatures: (3347 builtin, 0 user(*) )
EXIF.Make / Software EXIF.Model Quality Subsamp Match?
   
SW :[IJG Library ] [065 ]
SW :[Picasa ] [065 (Minimum) ]
The following IJGbased editors also match this signature:
SW :[GIMP ] [065 ]
SW :[IrfanView ] [065 ]
SW :[idImager ] [065 ]
SW :[FastStone Image Viewer ] [065 ]
SW :[NeatImage ] [065 ]
SW :[Paint.NET ] [065 ]
SW :[Photomatix ] [065 ]
SW :[XnView ] [065 ]
Based on the analysis of compression characteristics and EXIF metadata:
ASSESSMENT: Class 1  Image is processed/edited
This may be a new software editor for the database.
If this file is processed, and editor doesn't appear in list above,
PLEASE ADD TO DATABASE with [Tools>Add Camera to DB]
 Brother GabrielMarie
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 Location: United States
Re: Can't Open File
I tried to compare them with AptDiff and get a messageboxloop, "The parameter is incorrect" and it never lets up.
I selected borked.jpg in one file and good.jpg in the other box and chose "binary" for comparison.
It won't do it. I'm having a bad day at this.
I selected borked.jpg in one file and good.jpg in the other box and chose "binary" for comparison.
It won't do it. I'm having a bad day at this.
Re: Can't Open File
There seems to be a bug in MP's (or Qt's) handling of certain file system features (file junctions, symbolic links, hard links or file streams). Many archiving utilities discard – at least by default – data like attributes, permissions etc. during compression, which might be the reason why I didn't run into problems comparing your files with AptDiff.
Let's hope that Pierre will soon be able to identify the underlying problem and fix it.
Let's hope that Pierre will soon be able to identify the underlying problem and fix it.
 Brother GabrielMarie
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 Location: United States
Re: Can't Open File
Pierre is wonderful, and I know he will. But I won't die if it takes awhile to figure out.
Re: Can't Open File
In Pierre we trustBrother GabrielMarie wrote:Pierre is wonderful, and I know he will. But I won't die if it takes awhile to figure out.
Re: Can't Open File
Possible database corruption in a multiuser environment: Thumbnails do not match ?