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    Rohit
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    I’m using EmEditor Professional 6.00.4, with all the Plug-ins installed.

    There appears to be a series of steps that causes EmEditor to crash, in a reproducible manner.

    The steps are:
    1. Open an HTML file in EmEditor.
    2. Launch the WebPreview plug-in.
    3. Right-click in the WebPreview pane, and choose “Properties” from the popup menu.
    4. From the drop-down list displayed, change the value for the Custom Bar Position.
    5. Press the OK button.
    Result => EmEditor crashes.

    Some further observations, after the crash:
    6. Launch EmEditor again
    7. Open an HTML file in EmEditor
    8. Again launch the WebPreview plug-in.
    Result => The WebPreview pane appears in the new position (the one chosen just before the crash).

    I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can help in diagnosing the problem.

    My machine’s information is:
    * OS: Windows XP SP2 Professional
    * Internet Explorer version 7.0.5730.11.
    * RAM: 512 MB
    * Locale: en-US.

    Best regards,
    Rohit

    P.S.: I really enjoy working with EmEditor, and am looking forward to version 7. 🙂

    #4839

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Rohit wrote:
    I’m using EmEditor Professional 6.00.4, with all the Plug-ins installed.

    There appears to be a series of steps that causes EmEditor to crash, in a reproducible manner.

    The steps are:
    1. Open an HTML file in EmEditor.
    2. Launch the WebPreview plug-in.
    3. Right-click in the WebPreview pane, and choose “Properties” from the popup menu.
    4. From the drop-down list displayed, change the value for the Custom Bar Position.
    5. Press the OK button.
    Result => EmEditor crashes.

    Some further observations, after the crash:
    6. Launch EmEditor again
    7. Open an HTML file in EmEditor
    8. Again launch the WebPreview plug-in.
    Result => The WebPreview pane appears in the new position (the one chosen just before the crash).

    I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can help in diagnosing the problem.

    My machine’s information is:
    * OS: Windows XP SP2 Professional
    * Internet Explorer version 7.0.5730.11.
    * RAM: 512 MB
    * Locale: en-US.

    Best regards,
    Rohit

    P.S.: I really enjoy working with EmEditor, and am looking forward to version 7. 🙂

    This bug will be fixed on version 7 beta 22. Thanks!

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