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epizz1
post Dec 26 2009, 01:45 PM
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After loading multiple images via a wildcard to crop them in 3.54, the graphic cursors are lost after the first image -- at least on Windows XP.

The scenario: Load multiple images using a command line wildcard. For the first image the crosshair cursor displays and after selecting an area, the cursor changes to double-pointed arrows at the handles. After saving the modified image, use PgDn to move to the next. The standard Windows arrow cursor is displayed and never changes.

Cropping continues to work, but on some images it's difficult to see the handles so the double-pointed arrows become very important.

It worked correctly in 3.51 before I upgraded.
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Peter
post Jan 5 2010, 10:53 AM
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I haven't been able to duplcate this problem, but I do see a problem with the first 3 cursors of the "clock cursor" being incorrect.

Seems like fixing the IBM Open Class problem in v3.53 broke something else. It will be fixed in v3.55.


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post Jan 10 2010, 03:17 PM
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Turns out this is a Windows bug or behavioral change in Windows that breaks things.

I just reinstalled older versions PMView, all the way back to v3.12 (from 2005!) and they all have the same problem.

It used to work fine. Something has broken in Windows, probably with recent fixpacks.

I will see what can be done to fix the problem...

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