>>>>> 3. The add dialogue was fully read and oops crash...
>>>> Could it be that the dialog autocloses?
>>> And suggest me to send a bug report to the TSVN developers after
>> Sorry. Didn't realize that you got a crash dialog.
>> Did the crash dialog provide any useful information? Can you reproduce
>> bug? I tried a little but no luck so far. (Running TortoiseSVN 1.6.99,
>> 17996 - 32 Bit -dev, 2009/12/14 22:22:41.)
>> I can reproduce this one everytime - I can call it 100% reproduceable
>> the TortoiseSVN-184.108.40.20663-dev-win32-svn-1.6.6-dev.msi installed on my
>> I can send you an e-mail from that dialogue if this can help, because it
>> suggests to send one to the developers. Additionally keep in mind that I
>> also run the screen reader that tryes to hook a lot of windows
>> functions -
>> if this matters of course.
> Crash reports should be sent, yes. But if you're using a nightly build
> keep in mind that I only keep the debug symbols of the latest build. As
> soon as a new build starts, those debug symbols are overwritten.
Ok, I shall try a new nighty build and if reproduced shall send you a
> What screen reader do you use? Maybe I can install a demo version and
> try to reproduce the problem?
Mostly I use JAWS for Windows version 10.0. Here is the download page link
There are links to download a 32bit and a 64 bit versions for your choice.
Only keep in mind that the 64 bit version does not work on XP 64 bit.
To make your life easier when installed - select 'Voice Profiles' from the
'Language' menu and them select 'No speech' and you will not hear
synthesizer from that time on till the next start.
I can first try to reproduce the issue with another screen reader to be sure
that the problem relies in Assistive technology software if you do not mind
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Received on 2009-12-15 19:35:36 CET