Author Topic: .52 "Recent files" behave in a strange way  (Read 3186 times)

Offline Saga Musix

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.52 "Recent files" behave in a strange way
« on: May 07, 2008, 16:23:40 »
Full Version:
OpenMPT v1.17.02.52

Has the bug occured in previous versions? If yes, please specify version(s): (This option is optional, and doesn't need research. But in case you know...)
not tested

Description of the bug:
Now this is a really odd behaviour. Let's say, you open Now it's visible in the "recent files" list. Now close the tracker and re-open it. Voilà, it's not in the list anymore! Now open It's displayed in the recent files list. Close the tracker again, open it again! Now is visible again, but is not! Close it again, open it again and voilà, is there, too. It seems like files are only visible after the tracker has been openend 2 times after the file has been added to the recent files list...?

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« Last Edit: November 06, 2010, 12:52:03 by Jojo »
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Offline LPChip

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(S=O) .52 "Recent files" behave in a strange way
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2008, 16:32:06 »
The recent files are being stored in the ini file. I bet there's a bug in an update situation somewhere...
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Offline Relabsoluness

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(S=O) .52 "Recent files" behave in a strange way
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2008, 19:38:06 »
I also noticed something like this: when I examined this it seemed that it had something to do with closing and reopening OMPT was enough, but it might be a different problem than this one.