#1163 Clicking on Open > File will make the program buggy
> What steps will reproduce the problem? Clicking on Open > File will make the program buggy > What is the expected output? To be able to use the program > What do you see instead? The uploaded picture, everything is a mess > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? running 8.0.1 on windows 7 sp1 > Please provide any additional information below. If the problem is related to a SWF file, attach it here, otherwise we can't help you.
javaw_2016-02-20_17-28-48.png (42 KiB)
Hmm, this is interesting. I think we need more information to fix this problem. Is there any error message? Is the problem temporary and will be ok after some seconds? Can you repruduce it every time? Could you please try to start ffdec.bat from a command line, is there any error message?
+Please try older versions, 8.0.0 and 7.1.2
It works sometime, and sometime its buggy. I need to check what I do exactly.
When I start ffdec and then click on Open and click on the little dropdown, it turns white and buggs everything.
Here is it with white background.
javaw_2016-02-20_17-52-59.png (30 KiB)
After I click on the Open an open dialog appears, and not possible to click on the little dropdown anymore... Could you please try to start ffdec.bat from a command line, is there any error message?
This one. Damn now it's bugged again.
javaw_2016-02-20_22-07-14.png (6 KiB)
Please answer to my questions(s)
I tried to run ffdec.bat without errors.
You mean that the problem occurs, but no error message in the black window, or you can't reproduce the problem?
I can reproduce the problem. And there is no error messages in the black window.
Here is a video. It only works when you start ffdec.
2016-02-20_23-22-54.mp4 (211 KiB)
Can you reproduce it with older versions? (7.1.2 and 8.0.0?)
Same on 7.1.2 and 8.0.0. When you clear recent files, and then click down on the little arrow. It happens.
Please try nightly 1286 or newer. Now you the list should be better when it is empty (Not only that little half R letter) But probably it won't solve the buggy behavior. It should have some other cause. Let me know if it solves it....
Tried latest nightly build. The issue is still there. Can it maybe be my videocard drivers? Sounds like it can only be that.
This might be related(?) http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22737535/swing-rendering-appears-broken-in-jdk-1-8-corr ect-in-jdk-1-7 Try running this on commandline in the app directory: java -Dsun.java2d.d3d=false -jar ffdec.jar
That command worked. No bugging anymore.
This issue is back, but with saving a file. Look at the attached movie.
71101F6yf7.mp4 (395 KiB)