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eSchemes 1.49

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 20:10
by David Graser
I have been unable to get version 1.49 to work without hanging up the system and requiring a reboot. This is with eCS 2 rc6.

Once installed, try executing a warpin install. The system will hang. Try drag and drop with FM/2 3.15. As soon as one starts a drag from one container to another, the system hangs. Open the WPS drive objects and the system hangs.

Installing an archive before eSchemes was installed corrects the problem.

Also, do the estyler files contain the apci fixes that Alex Taylor just recently did to eStyler?

David

Re: eSchemes 1.49

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 20:25
by Eugene Gorbunoff
Let's go to
http://trac.ecomstation.ru/eSchemes/ticket/36


Try upgrade eCo Software runtime -- http://ecomstation.ru/projects/develope ... ft-runtime
(base and Win)

During installation using WarpIn select "Unlock All" when overwriting files

No, eSchemes uses other installer, Shutdown is disabled.

Re: eSchemes 1.49

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 09:19
by David Graser
Eugene Gorbunoff wrote:Let's go to
http://trac.ecomstation.ru/eSchemes/ticket/36


Try upgrade eCo Software runtime -- http://ecomstation.ru/projects/develope ... ft-runtime
(base and Win)

During installation using WarpIn select "Unlock All" when overwriting files

No, eSchemes uses other installer, Shutdown is disabled.


Hi Eugene

There is something about my present system that eSchemes does not like. I tried version 1.48 which has worked on my (rc 4 and rc 5) system in the past and it is hanging my system also. I already have the latest runtimes installed. I thought it might have been Dragtext. However, my system is doing the same thing without Dragtext being started. Right now I would say "don't act on my report" due to previous versions of eSchemes not working also, whereas in the past they worked fine. If I find anything, I will report it.

Re: eSchemes 1.49

Posted: Wed Jan 21, 2009 17:15
by cris
If it is of any help, eScheme 1.49 is working on my system at home (eCS 1.2MR) with the latest runtimes (let alone the known bugs).

HTH
Bye
Cris