CRASH: When moving a note with a label from one note file to another

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Tim Hensler | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jan 31 2015 2:06 PM

WIN Logos Bible Software 6.1 Beta 3; 6.1.0.0007

Duplication Procedure:

  1. Have open: Highlights; NASB; Note File A; Note File B
  2. Highlight a text in NASB
  3. Click on a highlight style that has a label (with or without attributes)
  4. Note with label is created in note file A
  5. Click and hold on note in Note File A and drag it to move it to Note File B
  6. In a couple seconds, Logos will crash. (Crash/log files attached)
  7. Note does not move to Note File B (It is still in Note File A when you restart Logos)
  8. Same steps using a note that does NOT have a label does not cause crash - the note moves from one file to the other with no problem.

4130.Crash Logs.zip

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LogosEmployee

I've filed a bug report for this.

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Tim Hensler | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 31 2015 2:26 PM

Thank you, Bradley.

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Angela Murashov | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 17 2015 2:18 PM

Bradley Grainger (Faithlife):

I've filed a bug report for this.

This should be fixed in 6.1 RC1.

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Tim Hensler | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 17 2015 3:53 PM

Angela Murashov:
This should be fixed in 6.1 RC1.

Moving a note with a label from Note File A to Note file B works now (Thank you).  But, after moving the note:

  1. Press Ctrl+Z (undo) while focus is on Note File A: puts the note back in Note File A (original position) and leaves a copy in Note File B (expected and prefered behaviour)
  2. Press Ctrl+Z (undo) again while focus is on Note File A: Does nothing
  3. Press Ctrl+Z (undo) again, this time while focus is on Note File B: removes the note from Note File B and leaves the note in Note File (expected and prefered behaviour)
  4. Press Ctrl+Y (redo) while focus is on Note File B: causes a crash.(logs attached below).  Theoretically this would put the note back in Note File B.  (Acts like it did not save the undue data from step 3 so it could not do the redo to paste it back into Note File B.)

The same thing happens with a note that does NOT have a label.

I realize this is not something users will do very often, but I wanted you to know that redo has some problems and since it is a common Windows function, apparently supported by Logos (since it responded to the keystrokes), it should probably be fixed some day.

I caused it to crash a few other ways while testing/documenting the above but I didn't go through to document those other combinations (sorry).  Other combinations of Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y with focus on the the different note files should be tested and addressed as needed.

Thank you.

6215.Crash Logs.zip

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