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Bug reports / Re: Scripts manager crashes with stack overflow when new/edit selected
« Last post by RTT on October 03, 2017, 12:39:44 AM »
Try inspecting the windows with this WinSpy++ tool, to check, and eventually edit, the state and position of the window with "Scripts editor" as caption, under the Manager.exe process.
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Nothing suspicious from the mini dump. The main thread is just running OnIdle tasks, waiting for input, and there isn't evidence of any unhandled exception.

I suspect you have the scripts editor window placed off-screen. If that's the case, after clicking the manager script edit button, hold down the Windows key and press the up-arrow, to maximize, or the right or left-arrow a few times to bring the window to the active screen.
No joy.  I agree with your analysis, it's like it's waiting for input.  And stopping from "edit" gets a "can't, program is waiting for input" message from Task Manager.   

Still getting "stack overflow" if I click "new" and stop with TaskManager, though.

I wonder if I've got a display driver problem which is causing this behaviour? 

I'll play with a few things later this week (got some promises to keep before then) and report back.

Thanks again.
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Bug reports / Re: Scripts manager crashes with stack overflow when new/edit selected
« Last post by RTT on October 02, 2017, 11:27:57 PM »
Nothing suspicious from the mini dump. The main thread is just running OnIdle tasks, waiting for input, and there isn't evidence of any unhandled exception.

I suspect you have the scripts editor window placed off-screen. If that's the case, after clicking the manager script edit button, hold down the Windows key and press the up-arrow, to maximize, or the right or left-arrow a few times to bring the window to the active screen.
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Sent by email as it's too large to attach (3MB compressed).  Hopefully that'll shed some light on whatever stupid thing I've done.
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Bug reports / Re: Scripts manager crashes with stack overflow when new/edit selected
« Last post by RTT on October 02, 2017, 01:45:14 AM »
I get that error if I run the 64-bit process explorer (procexp64.exe). It runs fine if I run the 32-bit (procexp.exe) instead.

That color is because the manager.exe is packed (the .exe is compressed). You can check the color meanings from the menu Options>ConfigureColors
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‘Curiouser and curiouser!” Cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English).’

I can do a dump for Chrome (local install) and Paint.net (needs admin to install) but not shell tools.

Error is "can't find the file" after telling it which file to dump to.

Interesting Manager.exe is in dark purple, the only process like that (rest are white, pink or blue)
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Bug reports / Re: Scripts manager crashes with stack overflow when new/edit selected
« Last post by RTT on October 02, 2017, 12:43:56 AM »
No issues here, configured with your settings (you only have one script in your My Scripts list?), so I'm still clueless.
Check if you can run this process explorer tool (no installation needed). If yes, run it when the manager is stuck, locate and select the manager.exe process and create a minidump file, menu Process>CreateDump>CreateMiniDump, and send me that file.
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I don't have options to attach to PM so zip file is attached.  I've PM'd the password.  Hope there's a "smoking gun" in there!
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Bug reports / Re: Scripts manager crashes with stack overflow when new/edit selected
« Last post by RTT on October 01, 2017, 10:01:41 PM »
If you don't mind sharing your PDF-ShellTools settings, send me by email, or attach to a forum PM, a backup file of your settings. Maybe we get lucky and I can get the issue to fire here too. Create the settings backup from the manager bottom left "settings" named button.

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Bug reports / It's baaaaaaack
« Last post by conrad.drake on October 01, 2017, 02:15:14 AM »
Strangely, a similar behaviour has returned.  I am up-to-date except for one chinese language update.

Now, when I click "edit" (or "new") the button goes blue and that's where everything stops.   Task manager says shelltools is runnin but it is unresponsive.

It is using 0% CPU, which briefly pops up to 3% if I click on the window, and 2.036K memory.

When I stop shelltools running in New mode it says "stack overflow". When I stop if from "edit" is says "save changes (yes/no)"

Windows 7 professional, SP-1 on Intel I7-6600U CPU with 8G RAM.   I have no rights on this machine under our group policy:  doing anything at all requires an Administrator to remotely log in (e.g. installing updates; adding a new printer; adjusting time and date)
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