Can't Close TakeCommand After Adding 2nd Toolbar Tab

Jul 4, 2010
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Win7-x64
TakeCommand 11.00.51 x64

The moment I add a second toolbar tab, TakeCommand will not close gracefully. If I click the "X" nothing happens. If I click File/Exit the app crashes. Here's my TCMD.INI:

If I simply remove the:
[Toolbar2]
Title=test

at the end, then there is no problem.
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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#2
> Win7-x64
> TakeCommand 11.00.51 x64
>
> The moment I add a second toolbar tab, TakeCommand will not close
> gracefully. If I click the "X" nothing happens. If I click File/Exit
> the app crashes. Here's my TCMD.INI:
Not reproducible here (using Win7 x64 & TCMD v11 x64 & your TCMD.INI).

Does it behave the same if you define a button or two for that tab window?
Do you have a TCEXIT? And do you have any third-party apps that are
injecting dll's into TCMD? (Usually screen managers & antivirus apps.)

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Jul 4, 2010
8
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#3
Not reproducible here (using Win7 x64 & TCMD v11 x64 & your TCMD.INI).

Does it behave the same if you define a button or two for that tab window?
Do you have a TCEXIT? And do you have any third-party apps that are
injecting dll's into TCMD? (Usually screen managers & antivirus apps.)

Rex Conn
JP Software
Yes, same after I define buttons.

No TCEXIT.

I can't think of anything that would inject a DLL into TCMD.
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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#4
> Yes, same after I define buttons.
>
> No TCEXIT.
>
> I can't think of anything that would inject a DLL into TCMD.
You'd be surprised at everything in your system that's injecting dll's into
other processes ... if you only had a half-dozen apps doing it, it'd be a
miracle (or a new system with no third-party software installed!).

You could also try starting regedit and going to HKCU\Software\JP Software,
and deleting the "Take Command 11" key -- it's possible that TCMD is hanging
when it tries to update an old-style (10.0 or earlier) toolbar definition
with a new one.

Rex Conn
JP Software