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Name:odyssey
Title:Network browser based on WebKit core with GUI based on MUI.
Owner:kas1e
URL:http://os4depot.net/?function=showfile&file=network/browser/odyssey.lha
Created:20110905 17:54 by orgin
 Issue details
Type:BugSeverity:Major
Status:NewStatus Comment:
Title:System locks up when switching screens after download
Version:1.16
Description:The system locks up (no guru) after using the context menu to download a file then switching screens using the screen to back gadget in the tip right corner of the screen.

This occurs on both an X1000 and uA1 with OS4.1 upd6 and all amiupdates applied.

To re-produce:

Start OWB on it's own screen. (I use 1920x1080 ARGB32)
Go to www.os4depot.net and select a descritption to take you to any applications info page.
Hover the mouse over the "Description" and bring up the context menu and select "downlaod linked file"
Select a destination and download. (I used RAM:)
After the download, click on the screen to back gadget at the top left corner of the screen.
The system freezes and is locked up completely.
A power cycle is required to recover.
(Rarely it won't lock up the first time. If that happens just switch back and forth a couple of times using the screen switch gadget and it will lock up.)

I have no other screen switching utilities running.


Note that if instead of clicking on the screen to back gadget I drag the screen down a little and use the Workbench Screen switching gadget it switches fine with no crash.

Hmm...I was thinking this could be an MUI4 problem but I also do a lot of screen switching ths way with Simplemail and it doesn't lock up so I'm thinking probably not.
Created:20131227 21:11 by ktadd
Comments:4
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