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try my latest version


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Filename: Wink_6.93.03.zip
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Post 27 Sep 2011, 23:12
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Confirmation: the crash always happens when you press Enter after a global label.

ex:
Code:
call my_global_label    


pressing Enter after my_global_label does crashes.

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here, all is ok, all works fine. Confused
Nothing special happens, no crash.

Can anyone confirm this bug ?
does anyone have a file that triggers this bug directly when wink open this file?

or a specific sequence to write on the screen to trigger this bug every time?

(It would help me a lot)

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Post 30 Sep 2011, 12:28
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> does anyone have a file that triggers this bug directly when wink open this file?
This is impossible, it always happen "after some time" Wink

> or a specific sequence to write on the screen to trigger this bug every time
lol, better now Razz but i think still impossible Razz
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I catch it for you Wink

see video winkbug.avi.

I'm using a new file, nothing special. Bug was catch in the end of the video.

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thank you Teehee

the "red square" is a very good track to find this bug.
In fact, this is an indication that shows an error in the syntax of macros.
But this indication should not appear with what I see on your screen.
hummmm ... the problem lies in that direction!

question:

Does a red square appear each time before the bug ?

Is this the first time you see this red square ? (Just Before the bug)


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ouadji wrote:
Is this the first time you see this red square ? (Just Before the bug)

yes!

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@Teehee: (27 oct 2011) I found the bug! Razz
The next "wink" is in progress

[edit]
I rebuild wink from zero,
because there is way to do much better.


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Still the best editor for FASM syntax. Very Happy

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I like the syntax coloring (at least at first glance). I have one small tip, that ....... blinking eye..........

VERY intrusive (not a wise thing to include) Smile

Just a tip. Anything that personifies a program, is vounerable. neutrality is worth gold.

We all like blinking eyes, but after using it for a solid year, the blinking eye will start to demonize me, infect my soul, I will ask questions why the hell it is still blinking at me. If it has no long term value, remove it.

When a user is using a program, he wants to know that the computer program is a computer program, not a personification of a guy. When the user opens a program by clicking the shortcut on his desktop, the invitation should always be "Welcome to a computer program, your mind is free to do anything you want", it should not be "Welcome to the virtual home place of Bob, let me smile at you before I let you use my program"

When you share a program with a strange user somewhere on the planet, you want to build trust between you and him in your application. You don't build trust by smiling to strangers. Smiles have a purpose, and the least purposeful way to use smiles is to smile to a complete stranger.

I perfectly understand why the blinking eye was used in the program, it is a coolness feature and I understand that it was used only for coolness or as a trademark of something that is cool.


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Post 12 Mar 2013, 11:23
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I don't see any blinking eye using wink.. just dl and ran it, like it so far
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@nmake: very good points! I never thought of that in such a way.
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