FIXED: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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FIXED: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Using v10.70 b1 64bit on Win7-64 bit

- Open an MP2 file
- Switch to hex mode
- Hold down the PGDOWN key

-> Access violation at address 000000000250AAAA in module 'rtl200.bpl'. Read of address FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF


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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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I'm guessing you opened it as a text file. Can you reproduce it if it's opened as a binary file (file open -> check "As binary" option).

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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I indeed opened it as a text file, then switched to hex view and started the scrolling to make TE crash

When checking the option "open as binary" (or use "File/Open binary file") it crashes immediately


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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Using 10.70 b2 64bit on Win 10 - 64 bit

Still crashes with beta 2, but this time as soon as the file is opened (no need to scroll anymore)


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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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yep, I also confirm the crashing when opening file in hex mode. 10.70 b2

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Still crashes with b3

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Do you have a test file I can use? I can't reproduce it.

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Here is one

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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FWIW no crash for me (b3).
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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Works fine at my end. No crash. How do you display the data? (bytes per column etc.)

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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b3 - no crashes, all is fine now even for file with size = 1.2 GiB.

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Rickard,

I've sent you my TextEd.ini file


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Now I can reproduce it, but only using your settings and only when opening the file using the file open dialog. The error is also very difficult to track (happens after an event inside a third party component...).

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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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Any idea which setting is causing the crash?

btw. when I open the file using RClick in the windows explorer (and TE is not running) I get an immediate crash with 2 error popup boxes ("Runtime error 231 at ..." and another one)


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Re: v10.70 b1 still crashes when scrolling in hex view

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As a temporary fix set the right margin to 80 for plain text files.

BTW. You really shouldn't set the right margin to a larger value than the max line length.

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