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RE: Nightly build 9105

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-04-03 09:17:50 CEST

Hi Stefan,

> Why did you wanted to wait with your report?

Sorry, I installed that first nightly and concluded from your log-messages
that you were in the middle of working on it, because the message was
talking about some missing feature. I fired up the revgraph once, saw the
black boxes and decided to wait a day with the report. Then I forgot about
it (see also Peters reply to the same subject ;)) until I installed a
nightly again yesterday.

> I don't know why this happens for you, but my guess is that it has
> something to do with memory. I've reduced the memory use in
> the revision graph preview window.

My desktop has 1.2GB Ram. That should normally be sufficient unless it's the
graphics card.

> Please try the next nightly build.

I would, but it's still at 9105

> And next time, please report something immediately :)

I will Sir!

- Lübbe

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