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SC starts up as a small square

SC starts up as a small square

SC starts up as a small square

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Hi,

this is a small, square problem (or should it be "incident")...occasionally, if the SC client has been shut down while it is busy with something (like, 'frozen') and then restarted, it opens up as a small square in the top left corner of the screen.

What I have found when looking into this, is that SC uses an ancient API-call, called "WritePrivateProfileString" to write settings into a file called sc3user.ini (in WINNT folder); for some reason the section [mdiframe] in that file gets a type of default values if SC cannot shut down properly.

What would be of interest, is if anyone else who has had this problem has found any sort of solution to it?

Obviously this is a low priority problem, but I could always throw in a HELP ME!! just to make it sound more exiting

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