Alex van Kaam schrijft: "ja um, versie PB 2.1 is uit. Zou het op prijs stellen als er een paar NT 4 gebruikers met VB 5/6 of VC 6 het zouden will proberen te runnen, zit ergens een bug met die combinatie maar een goede snelle tester is moeilijk te vinden :-)
Bezoek de MBM pagina van Alex zelf hier.":
Well here is PB 2.1 included are the following fixes and new items:
Fixed Hibernation support under NT/2000
Fixed Large Font issue, would totally mess up the looks of MBM 5
Fixed problem of dashboard resetting
Fixed alarm beep problem Win NT/2000
Fixed problem with temp values
Fixed problem with wrong ID of Windows ME
Added Start and Current Time to the high / low tab, unlike MBM 4, time is taken using the settings you have set on your OS
Added option to write warning messages to the NT Event log
Added option to write warning messages to .TXT .CSV and/or .HTML files in a directory of your choise
Still looking into the following problems
3 User reported MBM 5 would simply not start, some sort of access violation, both under NT4, I think there is an issue with shared memory and NT 4, as that is what they both have in commen and would explain the crash.
Popup menu does not always close if you don't select an item.
Spend most of my time yesterday on trying to find this NT4 bug, not much luck, I did trace almost trace it to it's location, has something to do with the shared memory, is also seems that all 3 machines have Visual Basic 5 or 6 installed, this makes is even stranger as MBM is written in Delphi .
It's kind of disturbing as the error appear core item of MBM 5, an easy way to excange all the needed info from the dll to the settings and dashboard screens. If I can't fix this I need to look into another way of comunication between the diffrent programs....... not good.
So if there is any other NT 4 user who has the access violation at startup please contact me, if there is a Delphi coder with knowledge of the CreateFileMapping please contact me to at email@example.com , there is probably some stuppid thing I am overlooking.....