TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

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TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *deus-ex » 2019-10-17, 05:01 UTC

First start after manual installation of TC 9.5b1:

1. press TAB to change active file pane
2. press letter "d" to jump to first folder starting with letter "d" does not work, quick search appears to be non-existent
3. restart TC
4. press TAB to change active file pane
5. press letter "d" to jump to first folder starting with letter "d"
6. crash

7. return to TC 9.22a, no issues with the same procedure above

For me this was the shortest usage of a new TC release ever.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-10-17, 07:58 UTC

Sorry, cannot reproduce. Tried on Windows 7 and 10. Can you give me more details, please?
1. Windows version?
2. Total Commander 32-bit or 64-bit?
3. Quick search method?
4. Do you use quick search extended?
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *yyang » 2019-10-17, 08:16 UTC

Same issue here. Windows 10 1903, 64-bit, with Quick Search Extended.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-10-17, 08:23 UTC

I see - could you try without Quick Search Extended? It probably fails due to the new controls used to support dark mode.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *yyang » 2019-10-17, 09:06 UTC

Just tried as advised - 9.5b1 still crashed without any tcmatch* file under the installation directory.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *petermad » 2019-10-17, 09:58 UTC

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I cannot reproduce this either - are you using quick search with or without search dialog?
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *deus-ex » 2019-10-17, 17:11 UTC

ghisler(Author) wrote:
2019-10-17, 07:58 UTC
1. Windows version?
Win 10 Pro 64-bit 1903
ghisler(Author) wrote:
2019-10-17, 07:58 UTC
2. Total Commander 32-bit or 64-bit?
64-bit
ghisler(Author) wrote:
2019-10-17, 07:58 UTC
3. Quick search method?
AltSearch=3
ghisler(Author) wrote:
2019-10-17, 07:58 UTC
4. Do you use quick search extended?
If you are referring to the plugin, no.
Here's a crash report I managed to copy, I'm able to reproduce the crashing every time I try to use quick search. Choosing to continue will crash TC shortly after anyways.

Code: Select all

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Total Commander 9.50b1
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Access violation.
Access violation
Windows 10 Professional 10.0 (Build 18362), base: 0400000

Please report this error to the Author, with a description
of what you were doing when this error occurred!

Stack trace (x64):4143ED
41467A 414ACA 412F72 814200 814C9C 814C0A 88CB29 88B3CF
88C5D6 88AE45 94C6AE 93C734 4475DA 44C170 44D71C 44E934
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *deus-ex » 2019-10-17, 17:14 UTC

petermad wrote:
2019-10-17, 09:58 UTC
2deus-ex
I cannot reproduce this either - are you using quick search with or without search dialog?
My ini-setting is "AltSearch=3". A little dialog pops up at the bottom of the file panel once I invoke quick search, which is triggered by just typing in any letter or number, not using any key modifier like CTRL or ALT and SHIFT.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *Samuel » 2019-10-17, 19:25 UTC

22.07.19 Added: Quick search/Quick filter dialog: Clear search with Ctrl+Y (like in the command line) (32/64)
09.04.19 Fixed: Quick search with search dialog, switch away to other app and back -> cursor no longer displayed in file list (64)
Could relate to one of this 2 history items.

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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *yyang » 2019-10-18, 01:40 UTC

Hi all, Christian confirmed this issue in reply to my bug report email: "I was able to reproduce it now: It only occurs when using a high resolution screen." And it's not directly related to QuickSearch eXtended. Let's wait for the fix. :)
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *Samuel » 2019-10-18, 05:48 UTC

yyang wrote:
2019-10-18, 01:40 UTC
Hi all, Christian confirmed this issue in reply to my bug report email: "I was able to reproduce it now: It only occurs when using a high resolution screen." And it's not directly related to QuickSearch eXtended. Let's wait for the fix. :)
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-10-18, 15:58 UTC

You can use the 32-bit version until beta 2 gets released, it doesn't have this bug.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *yyang » 2019-10-21, 17:00 UTC

Fix confirmed with 9.5b2.
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Re: TC 9.5b1 - Crash on quick search

Post by *deus-ex » 2019-10-21, 18:07 UTC

+1
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