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KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: BillH50
Date: July 28, 2014 08:29PM

KM74 has been crashing when bookmarking a page from second tab. Have not noticed it if only one tab open. It seems to happen after closing second tab and then opening second tab on another site. KM will crash without saving the bookmark.

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: guenter
Date: July 30, 2014 12:20AM

Dorian will need a rceipe to reproduce the error. Just write a

1.) do this on page www.mm.
2.) close first tab ....

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: Zero3K
Date: July 30, 2014 02:52AM

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BillH50
KM74 has been crashing when bookmarking a page from second tab. Have not noticed it if only one tab open. It seems to happen after closing second tab and then opening second tab on another site. KM will crash without saving the bookmark.

Try using the latest update mention in K-Meleon 74 Beta 4's thread. Before applying the update, you have to upgrade to Beta 4 of K-Meleon 74.

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: BillH50
Date: July 31, 2014 03:58AM

I am using beta 4. As far as when it crashes it happens quite often and on no particular website. I am not an expert on computers so not sure what anyone needs to know. All I know is it happens when bookmarking a page from second tab and it does not save the bookmark either. If I re-open km it asks if I want to restore last session. If I say yes the page that I wanted to bookmark will open and km will then let me bookmark it without crashing even though I have other tabs. I almost forgot. It happens more when the second tab has been opened, closed, and then open again to bookmark another page.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/31/2014 04:00AM by BillH50.

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: Zero3K
Date: August 05, 2014 10:44PM

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BillH50
I am using beta 4. As far as when it crashes it happens quite often and on no particular website. I am not an expert on computers so not sure what anyone needs to know. All I know is it happens when bookmarking a page from second tab and it does not save the bookmark either. If I re-open km it asks if I want to restore last session. If I say yes the page that I wanted to bookmark will open and km will then let me bookmark it without crashing even though I have other tabs. I almost forgot. It happens more when the second tab has been opened, closed, and then open again to bookmark another page.

Try using the Crash Report plugin available at the following URL to report the crash that you're experiencing:

http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/files/crashrpt.zip



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/05/2014 10:44PM by Zero3K.

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: Zero3K
Date: August 13, 2014 06:28AM

You should try using the new RC of it that was released yesterday. The bug might've been fixed in it.

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: Dorian
Date: September 07, 2014 02:32PM

I've got severeal crash report for this, but can't find the root of the problem. I suppose it happens after editing bookmarks, because when kmeleon crashs, bookmarks are in an incoherent state.*

EDIT: I think I've found the cause: dropping a bookmark in an empty folder.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/07/2014 03:15PM by Dorian.

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Re: KM74 crashing when bookmarking
Posted by: Drew
Date: September 23, 2014 02:09AM

I've been able to set bookmarks no problem using right click, but when I went into toolbars.cfg and set the button to do bookmarks(add) on left click instead of bookmarks(edit), K-Meleon crashed every time I left clicked. Today after some frustration I finally put my first bookmark in the main folder using right click (all my bookmarks were in folders, none were out in the main folder), and now left click works fine.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09/23/2014 02:10AM by Drew.

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