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Messages - Andreas Schnellbacher

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Applications / Re: FeatherPad for OS/2
« on: July 14, 2021, 10:42:39 pm »
And how do we contact Silvan?
Email to bww? Or just wait a bit, he scans the fora from time to time and was very responsive in the past. Additionally: It's vacation time.

General Discussion / Re: hobbes down
« on: July 09, 2021, 07:50:20 pm »
Yes, works now again.

Applications / Re: FeatherPad for OS/2
« on: July 06, 2021, 04:51:54 pm »
Most likely the application does not recognize a filename as a file to open as command line argument.

You can check that yourself: Execute <appname> <filename> and see if that works.

Applications / Re: patched PmMerge
« on: July 02, 2021, 12:38:43 am »
The clipped text is caused by using 9.WarpSans as the font for dialogs. The ini key for this is PM_SystemFonts -> DefaultFont. The default value is 10.System Proportional. If you add the key and change it to another font, dialog texts don't fit in their controls. As I wrote before, Holger's patch fixes this for fonts like 9.WarpSans. As Alex wrote, it dosn't work well with DBCS fonts.

So no wonder that you see the same text clipping with the OS/4 version as with the IBM version.

Interesting that Holger's other patch makes it pass Igor's teststart2.

Applications / Re: hard hangs
« on: June 16, 2021, 10:55:01 pm »
PMview with multiple instances and working with lots of graphics sometimes hangs the system requiring a hard shutdown.
That sounds like a shared memory problem (with a small chance for failing hardware). How and do you check shared memory and which apps do you have loaded "high"?

This also occurs with FM/2.  Sometimes when I open an archive file and start to drag a file to add to the archive, the system locks up requiring another hard boot.
That's not a memory eater. But it accesses disks that may have failures.

Applications / Re: patched PmMerge
« on: June 13, 2021, 03:44:39 pm »
I have both of Holger's patches applied since years. I never noticed a problem without and with fix 1, but since the Mozilla times it was hard to say what really caused the countless crashes.

I recommend fix 2, because then dialog sizes adjust perfectly to a set font for PM_SystemFonts -> DefaultFont. (This value is usually unset, which defaults. to 10.System Proportional. I've mine set to 9. WarpSans.

The only problem is that IBM's view.exe has problems with that and e.g. the buttons are resized, but their font don't fit in the reduced size. That app doesn't seem to comply with PM rules. (Holger already has mentioned this problem in the readme.)

In eCS times Alex wrote that Asian fonts have problems with this patch. That's probably the main reason why it didn't make it into a later eCS.

Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« on: June 12, 2021, 02:23:42 pm »
Yes, I agree with Dave.

Plus: The programmer is the one who knows best which version should be kept.

The question seems to be a bit theoretical since more and more ancient drivers are uploaded. Even when someone prefers the original SPEA-V7 driver, I don't guess what's the benefit of keeping the older 2.02 release.

If they would be moved to a separate dir, I won't complain. But how about an older Uniaud driver then?

Networking / Re: Get MAC Address from my local NIC or WLAN
« on: June 05, 2021, 02:50:07 pm »

Networking / Re: Arcamapper (SAMBA) loses connection
« on: May 28, 2021, 02:15:28 am »
Dariusz, you've opened a thread here about your connection loss. Do you have tested if the issue persists with the files Alex has mentioned?

Multimedia / Re: Updated Uniaud32 build
« on: May 28, 2021, 01:01:31 am »
About switching desktop windows:

There's no program to switch the desktop windows of XPager. You can do this only manually. If you open its context menu and click on Properties, the Screen object opens with the XPager panel. You can there activate hotkeys to do that.

Applications / Re: theseus 4.001 trap in usbmon
« on: May 25, 2021, 08:03:24 pm »
I have never had a problem deleting the USBPRT Auto monitor from the Startup folder.
Finally confirmed here, thanks. I had to clean my inis.

First ckeckini /C /Y:2. cleanini.exe reports a bug and won't start, so I used xfix to delete many handles. After that, there were not too many orphaned program objects. Maybe I should have protected them first. After recreating these, I started cleanini /c /delall, always with a long list of paths below [Handles] and [FolderPos] to remove.

I had 3 blocks of handles before (many years ago I had 6) and am now down to 1 block. With xfix I deleted almost half of the 3 blocks.

What I've seen with cleanini the last times I used it: It requires a Ctrl+Alt+Del restart (press it 2 - 3 times with CAD handler), not just a WPS restart. Otherwise desktop icons move on the next full start. Unfortunately that still happens with Rich's newest version if IFX, but I always have my tool installed in a shutdown folder, because of that. (Due to the bypassed shutdown, it couldn't work.)

I guess the recreation was caused by having accessed an archived desktop unintentionally with the WPS. Hope that's the same for Lars and others.

Applications / Re: theseus 4.001 trap in usbmon
« on: May 25, 2021, 02:40:14 am »
Dave, maybe the object is in the XWorkplace Startup Folder instead of the legacy WPS startup folder ? For me, it is in the legacy WPS startup folder.
No, it's always recreated in <WP_STARTUP>. That one is always processed before any XFldStartup object. Maybe it's recreated early on startup via PM_InstallObject, indirectly added by USBPRT.SYS. Quite unlikely and I suppose its notification window during object creation can't be disabled.

Applications / Re: theseus 4.001 trap in usbmon
« on: May 24, 2021, 06:49:07 pm »
I'm not Ivan, but here's what you asked for from my system.

Applications / Re: theseus 4.001 trap in usbmon
« on: May 24, 2021, 04:08:38 am »
Here is mine.

BTW: The personalized drivers made a lot work to x their info out. What a mess and for whom?

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