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Re: [Bug-gnubg] use of language option makes board disappear

From: Jonathan Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] use of language option makes board disappear
Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2009 17:25:51 +0000

I've fixed the problem described below.


Michael Petch wrote:
> I can reproduce a crash when the language option changes (Windows). I needed
> to Use 3D and then turn on QuickDraw. I then had to make a single roll
> (Start a new match, play one roll) then change language options. I can get
> crashes with a bit of effort on Linux as well ­ No issues with 2d but with
> 3d and quickdraw I saw a crash in get GetFontHeight3d() (There was no debug
> info, I¹ll get a backtrace tomorrow, but likely someone will be able to
> reproduce it).
> People with this issue, are you using 3D mode and Quickdraw? If so what does
> one get with Quickdraw off and changing languages. If Quickdraw off doesn't
> resolve it, does switching to 2D make the issue disappear?
> On 24/08/09 1:13 AM, "bob koca" wrote:
>> Yes, Windows.
>> It happens for ANY language. Even just opening the language menu and
>> clicking o.k. leaving it as the default causes the board to disappear.
>> The window itself stays open though and I can do things like starting a new
>> match (but still with no visible board) and then it crashes shortly
>> afterwards.
>> Bob Koca
>> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 2:43 AM, Michael Petch
>> wrote:
>>> On 24/08/09 12:36 AM, "Christian Anthon" wrote:
>>>>> Which language. I assume windows?
>>> I could reproduce it earlier (but not now!). I went to Settings/Language...
>>> . I tried switching from system default to "English GB". After clicking OK
>>> Gnubg's main window disappeared and was minimized to the windows task bar.
>>> Clicking on the taskbar entry brought the window back.
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