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    @sherco40:
    I have a problem with TYPViewer v4.5.24, when editing Polyline colors by manually typing the RGB values there is a strange behaviour that the cursor jumps back after typing a character. Normally I delete the value and leave the #, it's impossible to type the correct RGB value without replacing the cursor after entering a character.
    Editing Polygon colors is OK. I never had this problem with v4.5.7.
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    @Mapperoni
    I can't reproduce this problem ..... it is strange. Only on polylines?
    What is your OS?

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    It's strange indeed, only polylines....
    MY OS is windows 8.1 x64
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapperoni View Post
    Normally I delete the value and leave the #, it's impossible to type the correct RGB value without replacing the cursor after entering a character.
    Do you use lower case in this instance?

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    Version 4.5.24 has the same problem in Win7 & Win10 also. If i type a letter cursor returns before hashtag but its OK when i type a number. I used "Caps Lock" to solve the problem. Probably the thing is that TYPViewer types capital letters no matter what's the choice on the keyboard.
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    Ok, I understand now: the problem appears when typing letters in lower case.... I will fix it.

    Edit: Here is a mofified version for testing (you can also test drag&drop, note that this version of TYPViewer does not run with elevated privileges so if it causes problems, please report...)
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    Last edited by sherco40; 7th July 2015 at 12:29. Reason: New version for testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    Ok, I understand now: the problem appears when typing letters in lower case... I will fix it.
    This problem solved in the test version 4.5.26, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by sherco40 View Post
    Here is a modified version for testing (you can also test drag&drop, note that this version of TYPViewer does not run with elevated privileges so if it causes problems, please report...)
    1. The new drag&drop feature does not work for me repeatedly, if I close the first open file via the 'File/Close file' menu.
    2. I cannot delete the path to the TYP file in the registry via the 'Tools/Install a TYP file', even as an administrator.
    Last edited by Cnfhbr; 7th July 2015 at 16:59. Reason: added the 2nd point.

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    I didn't have any problems editing polylines or with drag & drop with this version, UAC is permanently disabled anyway. Tested with Win7 & Win10.

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    If i use "Close file", in order to be able to drag & drop a TYP file again i have to use "New" option first.

    I have the same problem deleting the path to the TYP file using "Install a TYP file" menu. Also before i can enter to this menu i get this error:
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    IMHO:
    Let's leave alone the 'drag&drop' feature.
    Not much use in doing it, but there are many problems.
    I think many users are unlikely to use this ever ...

    It's better to select the files association while installing the program, I guess.
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    @Cnfhbr
    1. The new drag&drop feature does not work for me repeatedly, if I close the first open file via the 'File/Close file' menu.
    2. I cannot delete the path to the TYP file in the registry via the 'Tools/Install a TYP file', even as an administrator.
    Two stupid bugs....It is fixed now (unrelated to Drag&drop and admin privileges)

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    @Ellinas
    Also before i can enter to this menu i get this error:
    Please, could you try with this version: I have changed the error handler so that you can give me more details

 

 
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