SDL MultiTerm Widget is getting crashed
Thread poster: Saša Jovanović

Saša Jovanović  Identity Verified
Serbia
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Mar 20, 2011

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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Remove the file listed in the error message Mar 20, 2011

Close MT Widget (via Task Manager).
Then delete or better rename the file listed in the error message and restart widget.


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Saša Jovanović  Identity Verified
Serbia
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Problem resolved Mar 20, 2011

Thank you

[Bearbeitet am 2011-03-20 16:46 GMT]


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Paula Mahler
Argentina
Local time: 21:50
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I did it and now Multiterm widget is empty Jul 18, 2011

Hello,
I deleted the file and now, when I start my computer, the message appears but if I search the file, it does not exist anymore. Besides, I close the message and Multiterm is empty.
Please, help!
Thanks,
Paula


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