Text handling broke.
nomailthankyoug.patel at wanadoo.fr
Sat Feb 3 15:27:14 CST 2001
On Sat, 03 Feb 2001 12:30:39 -0800, Duane <junkmail at junkmail.com>
>Sometime between Dec 14 and Jan 30, a small portion of text handling
>seems to have broken. I have a schematic editor application (schedit)
>which I have been running under wine for 7 or 8 months now.
>What I do is select an "Add text" menu item, a dialog pops up and I type
>in some text and click ok. Normally then the text would show up attached
>to the mouse, and I can move it to where I want and drop it.
>Now what happens is that a "Microsoft Visual C++ Debug Library" dialog
>pops up, which says:
>DAMAGE: after Normal block (#14890) at 0x40F56600
>The text also shows up under the mouse, but now there are extra
>characters appended to it (looks like a missing newline somewhere). I
>can click Ignore in the error dialog, and place the text. It gets placed
>with all the extra characters still attached. I can edit the text, but a
>similar error dialog shows up, which when ignored results in the text
>now having a different collection of extra characters attached.
>This doesn't generate any wine errors, so running it under winedbg did
>not provide any extra info.
If the app can be downloaded (shareware/freeware) post the URL.
If not try to run with -debugmsg +edit,+relay and post the 200 lines
before the error message. Or just post the whole trace on a web
server if you can.
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