HTML Editor 20008 crash

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I tried creating a project out of this site I'm designing, but when I clicked the pointer to make the project tab go back into the left side of the page, it crashed all over the place. Access violations, all kinds of messages. I finally had to shut it down, couldn't even save, by using the XP ctrl-alt-delete window to close the program.
Melissa Rhiannon
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Can you post information on your computer system please and the exact steps you took (describe what menus, icons etc you clicked)
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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Can you post information on your computer system please and the exact steps you took (describe what menus, icons etc you clicked)

AMD XP1400 box with 512 megs RAM, running XP Home.

I open my index.html file, then swing out the docked Projects tab on the left and make a new project, specifying name and directory, then save that. Then I click the finger pointing to the left, which is supposed to swing the Projects tab back in against the left side. Nothing happens, so I click it again.

Then I get an error: Invalid pointer operation.

I click OK, then an error: Access violation at address 0404E00 in module Coffee.exe. Read of address 060403FD.

I click ok, then get another error: Invalid pointer operation.

Then after OK on that, error: Access violation at address 0404E00 in module Coffee.exe. Read of address 040403FD. ( this time )

Then error: Invalid pointer operation.

It goes on and on like that.

It was repeatable, I just did it to reply to your query.
Melissa Rhiannon
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I will have to see if I can find a copy of XP Home around. We will have a new version of the '08 probably in a week or so.
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