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Topic: «[FIXED] slight delay when closing some programs in beta2 » on forum: Beta Testing   Views: 17419
 
steve
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Posted: 05.11.2010 11:07:46
 
 
I have just updated from beta1 to beta2 (and rebooted ;) and when i close some programs (winrar, radmin, just to name a few) the close nim pauses for about a third to half a second. But other programs like firefox closedown fine. This only happened AFTER going from Beta1 to Beta2.
 
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Michael Plant
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Posted: 06.11.2010 07:27:01
 
 
I'm not seeing this behaviour under Win7 64-bit (just tested with Winrar).
 
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steve
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Posted: 06.11.2010 14:30:19
 
 
it's really weird some programs exhibite this and some do NOT. If I uninstall Beta2 ALL programs close fine. I did not have this problem with beta1 but can't try beta1 again as it's run out.
Here's a quick youtube video with first winrar(with tiny delay) closing and then windows explorer closing(like normal). When it does stutter it cloases a TINY bit then stops then closes.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaSweEYXKxM
 
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steve
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Posted: 06.11.2010 20:03:48
 
 
somebody else is also having this issue http://www.actualtools.com/forum/read.php?FID=12&TID=1254&MID=5332#message5332 maybe mods could merge our post into one for us.
 
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Gerard Booth
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Posted: 07.11.2010 03:49:03
 
 
I have beta 2 hot fix 3 installed and running on Vista 32 bit. I have tested with notepad and WinRar and can confirm I'm not seeing this delay when opening or closing windows.
 
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steve
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Posted: 07.11.2010 04:51:15
 
 
but me and zegames zegames, both have 64 bit WINDIWS7 and are BOTH having this issue. If it helps I have an ATI 4850 with cats 10.10.
 
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Gerard Booth
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Posted: 07.11.2010 05:08:30
 
 
Michael Plant has Windows 7 64bit and is not showing this delay, maybe it is related to the ATI drivers, Michael and zegames what type of graphics card do you have ?.  

In testing for this issue I have encountered a couple of other issues. I'll post these in seperate threads.
 
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steve
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Posted: 07.11.2010 08:37:08
 
 
It might well be related to the ATI drivers but this ONLY happened after Beta2 was installed. Beta 1 was fine. So all devs have to do is see what they changed between beta1 and beta2 to the window handling code. :)
 
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Tatiana Jack
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Posted: 07.11.2010 22:58:17
 
 
Thanks, Gentlemen!

The problem was confirmed.  :(  We are investigating the issue.

E-mail: support@actualtools.com
 
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Alex Fadeyev
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Posted: 23.11.2010 06:15:19
 
 
Gentlemen,

Could you confirm the problem's fix or persistence in the final version? Thank you!
 
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