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Rename stack trace

Post by *ebakker » 2018-01-11, 10:44 UTC

Error report while trying to rename a file.
Rename did succeed. No crash after this popup:

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Total Commander 9.0a
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Control-C hit.
Control-C hit
Windows 7 SP1 6.1 (Build 7601), base: 0400000

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Stack trace (x64):88E3C0
70A788 9CCD63 9CD70A 9CD34B 40F2FD 829990 81E363 919381
85C23B
Press Ctrl+C to copy this report!
Continue execution?
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Ja Nee
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Post by *ebakker » 2018-01-11, 10:46 UTC

After this error, renaming using F2 fails. No error, but the filename does not change either.

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Post by *ebakker » 2018-01-11, 10:49 UTC

After restarting Totalcommander I could not reproduce this problem (unfortunately).

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2018-01-11, 16:17 UTC

ebakker wrote:After restarting Totalcommander I could not reproduce this problem (unfortunately).
Anyway its time to update TC.
Windows 10 Home x64 October 2018 Update
Version 1809 (OS Build 17763.194)
TC 9.21a x64 and x86, Everything 1.4.1.921 (x64)

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Post by *ebakker » 2018-01-15, 07:05 UTC

Horst.Epp wrote:
ebakker wrote:After restarting Totalcommander I could not reproduce this problem (unfortunately).
Anyway its time to update TC.
Good point! :)

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