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Internal error 05:CTLMAIN - Do you want to GPF?

Internal error 05:CTLMAIN - Do you want to GPF?

Internal error 05:CTLMAIN - Do you want to GPF?

I'am getting this message when the cursor passes from a TOOLBAR's Button (Only Flat ones) to an active control of a MDI Windows. And It's only happen on certain speed of the mouse's cursor. Vgr. If the mouse's moving slowly, it's works fine; If it's fast enougth Work's fine.

I guess that the problem is related to the way that Clarion manages the FLAT attribute of the button.

Does SomeBody has trouble this before?
Does this error has any solution?


RE: Internal error 05:CTLMAIN - Do you want to GPF?

!!If somebody has this error, I found a way to fix it!....

This error happens when the MAIN Windows has a "Message" Text,|
AND the MDI Child Windows has a Message text too.|
AND finally the control who is under the toolbar is "ACTIVE" and has a "Message" text.

I leave the "Message" Text Blank for the windows and controls that generates the error, the error is gone!.


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