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Right click menu stops working on drives #2

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tomcw opened this issue May 23, 2014 · 2 comments
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Right click menu stops working on drives #2

tomcw opened this issue May 23, 2014 · 2 comments
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@tomcw tomcw commented May 23, 2014

BerliOS Bug #6790

Date: 2006-March-16 12:14
Submitted By: poake
Category: none
Bug Group: none
Assigned To: tomch
Priority: 5

The right-click menu options of the two floppy drives stops working if you went full screen and then return to normal viewing.

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@tomcw tomcw commented May 23, 2014

[2006-March-16 19:32, by: blurry]

windows xp, service pack 2
I can reproduce this problem with any .hdv image I have, and have tried moving .hdv images to the root of the c:\ drive, to no avail.

Upon exit, I can see the selected drive image name and drive folder base path set in the registry -- even the harddrive enable status is 1. For some reason, the UI is acting up and the computer still doesn't recognize the hard drive "controller" during boot. When typing pr#7 I get either a white box cursor at the top of the screen, or a series of 1's and 0's in the middle of the screen (a simulated hardware failure. how about that?)

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@tomcw tomcw commented May 23, 2014

[2006-March-16 19:33, by: blurry]

Whoops... that comment was for a different bug (HDV support) -- please ignore.

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