Interesting error [got it and is major bug]

Hershel Fisch hershf at rgllc.us
Wed Apr 9 19:26:53 EDT 2008


On 4/8/08 3:07 AM, "Bill Marriott" <wjm at wjm.org> wrote:
I'll make an effort
Hershel
> Hershel,
> 
> I'm not sure I follow exactly, but it sounds serious. If you have found a
> problem in 2.9, please
> 
> 1) Reduce it to the minimal steps necessary to show the problem (a
> "recipe"). This will help confirm it's a bug and not a subtle condition in
> your specific stack
> 2) Please file a report in the Rev Quality Control Center (after checking to
> see whether it has been reported already).
> 
> http://quality.runrev.com
> 
> The developers do not regularly follow use-list discussions.
> 
> - Bill
> 
> "Hershel Fisch" <hershf at rgllc.us> wrote in message
> news:C41FD2D4.54CB%hershf at rgllc.us...
> On 4/6/08 6:58 PM, "Paul Gabel"
> <paulgabel at comcast.net> wrote:
> I don¹t, maybe somebody knows better on how to avoid it but I think it is a
> major problem. There is a "mouseUp" message 'go to stack "abc"' in a btn in
> one stack pointing to another stack "abc", in stack "abc" there is a table
> fld with a "mouseUp" message, that gets triggered when the "mouseUp" btn is
> clicked in the previous stack. In other words it does not differentiate the
> mouse click from where it comes meaning from which stack or card it was
> triggered. This is only in 2.9, in 2.8.1 its good, with out any problem.
> Hershel
> 
>> Hi Hershel:
>> 
>> Look to the error that occurred and is listed in the error window just
>> before the "error in statement" error. That's usually the one that's
>> really causing the problem.
>> 
>> Paul Gabel
>> --------------
>> On Apr 6, 2008, at 4:13 PM, Hershel Fisch wrote:
>> 
>>> On 4/2/08 7:04 PM, "Hershel Fisch" <hershf at rgllc.us>
>>> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Let me recap, I have an interesting error,
>>> "
>>>         executing at 6:08:50 PM
>>> Type    Handler: error in statement
>>> Object    Contact List
>>> Line    go to stack "contact list"
>>> Hint    mouseUp
>>> "
>>> On mouseUp it goes to the stack, then the above error comes up. Also
>>> the
>>> "openStack" message does not trap?
>>> Hershel
>>> 
>>>> Hi all, I have an interesting situation, my stack when its in brows
>>>> mode it
>>>> runs fine but when I suspend the development tools it throws an
>>>> error and an
>>>> interesting one "go to stack" and only on one stack, ho do I go
>>>> about it?
>>>> 
>>>> Hershel
>>>> 
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