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Darkskyez posted on Wed, Jun 20 2012 20:24

Typing #i and cycling back to the pick tool causes repeatable crash on 64bit system.

Any ideas for a solution?

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Top 50 Contributor
Emerald Beach NSW Australia
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It sure does! Indifferent

No Idea why, lets wait and see who else chimes in.

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Illinois, USA

Darkskyez:

Typing #i and cycling back to the pick tool causes repeatable crash on 64bit system.

Any ideas for a solution?

 

For what it's worth, this process crashes my 64-bit installation of X6 also. Certainly not your typical crash mechanism!

 

All the best,

Bill

Turning off 'Replace text while typing' under Options>Text>Quick Correct seems to be a temporary workaround.

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Ottawa
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CorelEmployee

I think this might be addressed in the next service pack. Make sure to try that once it is out. (not out yet)

Claude Peloquin, CorelDRAW Principal Software Developer (Specialty : Text)

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Grand Haven, Michigan
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Darkskyez:
Typing #i and cycling back to the pick tool causes repeatable crash on 64bit system.

I can verify that it crashes on windows 7 32 bit also.

Mike

Current System: i3 3.07ghz, 3gb ram, Windows 7 32 bit with all updates and X6

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London UK

Typing two hyphens followed by a space has some weird behaviour too (in UK English).

It doesn't crash, but instead of converting the two hyphens to a dash, it inserts a dash before them and leaves the hyphens as well, with the cursor positioned between them :

That's not so awkward as a crash, but still wrong.

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