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jimoe
post Jun 17 2010, 02:23 PM
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This is a two part issue.

1. Occasionally an image file is opened read-only for no apparent reason (the file is definitely NOT read-only). For instance, I open a JPEG image, make some changes and save it with a different name. When I then open the changed file, PMMView cannot edit it! This also happens for images that are similarly created by other image manipulation programs.

The only relation I can see is if the height is more than 3 or 4 times the width.

2. The main menu bar is changed internally to have only two options: View, Help. But it is not actually updated; visually the full menu is still there (a zombie menu?). When I click on the File option (really View), I get the View options even though the option says File. Rather confusing.

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Peter
post Jul 5 2010, 08:41 AM
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QUOTE (jimoe @ Jun 17 2010, 03:23 PM) *
1. Occasionally an image file is opened read-only for no apparent reason (the file is definitely NOT read-only). For instance, I open a JPEG image, make some changes and save it with a different name. When I then open the changed file, PMMView cannot edit it! This also happens for images that are similarly created by other image manipulation programs.


What file system/drive are you using. This sounds like a problem with the underlying file system.

Is the file actually flagged as read only (attr R+) or is it locked? If the latter is the case, have you tried to establish what keeps the file locked?

QUOTE (jimoe @ Jun 17 2010, 03:23 PM) *
2. The main menu bar is changed internally to have only two options: View, Help. But it is not actually updated; visually the full menu is still there (a zombie menu?). When I click on the File option (really View), I get the View options even though the option says File. Rather confusing.


Are you using any desktop enhancers that possibly are interfering with the menus?

What OS/2 version are you using?

Thanks,
Peter


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