[Scribus] Still having problems...
Fri Jan 25 23:42:46 CET 2008
I think you are right, Richard. I have found that if I am "going slower,"
and if I save frequently, the text loss does not seem to occur, and for some
reason (unknown to me), the crashes also seem to be much lessened. In any
event, thanks much for your help. I can tentatively confirm what you've
written. In all other respects, I think Scribus is great!
On Jan 25, 2008 7:55 AM, Richard <eyelagui at adinet.com.uy> wrote:
> I had/have this issue since 188.8.131.52, my experience is... i need to go
> slower when cutting/pasting text or delete it with "del" key, not with
> Since i left "del" and cut/paste giving scribus some time to "think" i
> have found this almost does not happens.
> Also, when i find i cannot update text or some kind of text loss
> ("TEXLOS" "S" instead of "TEXT" "LOSS") happens i just save and reopen the
> file. Think it could be some sort of memory management issue, i'm starting
> to use Scribus under linux so i think i will see something that could
> confirm a Scribus, Scribus for Win or Win issue.
> Richard Acosta.
> El 15/01/2008 03:43 a.m., S B escribi?:
> I am still having problems with Scribus crashing. Scenario is like this:
> Scribus 184.108.40.206, Win XP; using story editor; Scribus crashes, after
> refusing to place text upon update in the editor. This is a problem that
> appeared first in 220.127.116.11 (to me); this does not occur in 18.104.22.168. I am
> assuming that the maillist is one place to report bugs.
> It is still a great program.
> Steve Bradley
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