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From: "myrnice" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] A cautionary tale
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 08:03:47 -0500
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Astrid

I tried this on Validate File Integrity and found that the use of the mouse
when the status is missing does NOT cause the status to return. If the
status changes to something else, it will return on its own.

Myrnice

"Astrid Kranzbuhler" wrote on Sunday, November 24, 2002 1:47 AM
Subject: Re: [TMG] A cautionary tale


> Myrnice wrote:
>
> > Anyone who suspects that TMG 5 has stopped responding (freeze) wait a
> while
> > and see if it is a false freeze. Sometimes the status messages disappear
> > when you are running a long process and when the process ends they will
> > return.
> [snip]
>
> Hi Myrnice,
> not that important, but might help to see if it is a 'real' or a 'false'
> freeze:
>
> I really can't tell if this is just coincidence, but I find that moving
> (not clicking, just moving) the mouse during any of the processes you
> mentioned, the status messages seem to reappear.
>
> Is that possible and if so, is that the case for you as well?
> Astrid


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