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Crash when undoing / redoing folds on in COBOL file

Posted: Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:24 pm
by kesslern
I was going through a .cob file creating folds (alt + r) when I went one line too far.

I hit the keyboard shortcut for undo (ctrl + z), and didn’t see anything change.

I hit the keyboard shortcut for re-do (ctrl + shift + z), and wasn’t sure what was actually being changed back and forth.

I believe I hit these keys a couple more times to pinpoint what was changing, and the crash window came up.

Posted: Sat Jun 08, 2013 2:07 am
by jussij
and the crash window came up
Could you search your machine for the ZeusErr.dmp and ZeusErr.log files :?:

On Windows XP they should be in the Zeus install folder. On Windows 7 and above they should be in sub-folder inside the c:\Users folder.

Could you send me those log files (see my e-mail below) and if they contain an obvious reason for the crash you will be entitled to a free registration.

Also if you come up a test file and a set of steps that can consistently cause the crash, send those to me and you definitely will get a free registration.

Cheers Jussi