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"V(iew)" command does not work at all for me in V13...

Discussion in 'Support' started by mathewsdw, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. mathewsdw

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    Please forgive me if this is not the way to "report" such things (and, if not, please tell me what is; I don't know because I think that this is the first time I've ever found what might be a "significant" bug in TCMD/TCC), but I just downloaded and installed V13 and one of the more interesting new features in the "What's New" help was the "V(iew)" command, so I thought I'd try it out. Bottom line, I've tried it in several contexts, and in every case it "crashed". (A pop-up comes up telling me that it is going to send a "crash report" to somewhere, and says something about "Please add a description of what you were doing just before the problem", and the only problem is that I don't see any way to do that nor am I sure that the "crash report" was really sent anywhere. Just thought it was worth mentioning...

    (By the way, it seems kind of rare for people to actually do this, but I will just to be "safe": TCC 13.00.21 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
     
  2. FileViewer

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    What is the *exact* command that you are running? Is is simply VIEW filename?

    Do you have any Crashxxx.dat files in C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\V ?

    If you do, can please send them to V at fileviewer.com

    Thanks,
    Charles.
     
  3. dennis_holtkamp

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    I am also experiencing problems with the view command.

    view or v.exe don't start up at all. I don't even get the crash window. I can't find a crash report or the directory V (or something similar) in %appdata%

    I Installed TCMD on a USB stick. I still have version 12 installed on my hard drive.

    I have windows 7 starter with service pack 1

    TCC 13.00.21 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
     
  4. rconn

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    can't

    hard

    Do you have v.exe in your TCMD installation directory?

    Did you install the v13 beta at some point?
     
  5. Charles Dye

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    Works fine for me, once I remembered to copy V.EXE to the program directory on the flash drive.
     
  6. dennis_holtkamp

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    V.exe and v.chm are installed in the same directory as TCMD13. Just installed the newest version of Take command. at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/25380665/Logfile.zip I've uploaded the output of sysinternals Process Monitor in their PML format (will keep it live for 1 month).
     
  7. FileViewer

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    The latest version of VIEW should create a V.log if it has any startup problems. If there is a V.log in

    C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\V

    please send it to v at fileviewer dot com

    Charles.
     

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