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#1219 Loading, Saving, Expoting not working
Hello. Do not work the functions of loading, saving, exporting files. Gives the same error (in the attachment) every time, no matеr wich SWF to open. Opening files via the context menu works fine. > What steps will reproduce the problem? Any file operations with any already opened (via contect menu) files, or just any file operation. > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? 8.0.1 Nightly 1403 > Please provide any additional information below. If the problem is related to a SWF file, attach it here, otherwise we can't help you.
You forget to add the attachment.
Oops, I thought that attached a file with screenshot! Okay, send it.
Clipboard01.jpg (136 KiB)
What Java version do you have?
+Which OS versoin?
Java 8 upd 77 x64, Windows 7 Pro. Intel C2 Quad, 8 Gb RAM By the way! On my son's laptop, with i5 CPU (with same versions Java & OS) FFD works fine. But i dont think that reason is in CPU. As far as i found in internet this may be concerned with IO functions on some PC configurations, but i don`t understand absolutely what, why and how )
Have you tried to remove config.bin in %appdata%\JPEXS\FFDec\ and restart the program? Because often when I get errors like you I always delete config.bin. Then it works.
First please make backup of the config.bin file(renaming also does the trick). If you try to delete it and it works for you, then please send that config.bin file to us, we try to investigate what's causing the problem.
Even after a clean install, the problem persists. Deleting nor config.bin, nor whole JPEXS directory don`t give a result. I will attach zipped "%appdata%\JPEXS\FFDec\" dir, hope this will help. But, if not, you may then forget about that problem. In next month i will planned reinstall my Win 7, hope this will help with this error. If not, i`ll ask you for help one more time! )
JPEXS.zip (3 KiB)
O, BTW, reinstalling Win 7 is not concerned with this problem. Just "Time is come" ))
Related: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17644390/what-causes-an-internalerror-to-be-thrown-by-s un-awt-shell-win32shellfolder2-ini Looks like JDK problem in JFileChooser. We could handle it somehow by using FileDialog in case of the InternalError. Is the problem still appearing?
Hi! I reinstall Win 7 (about 3 month ago), as i said before, . After that problem is gone, all works fine.