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RE: [Pvx] CommandWindow cursor jumping lines on backspace when trying to debug.

From: "Michael King" <mike.king@...>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 10:02:21 -0500
Peter

There no easy "Quick Fix" to this issue however the correction (when done)
could likely be used inhouse during development at a minimal cost.

Regards,
Michael King
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-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Higgins [mailto:peter.higgins@...] 
Sent: November-18-10 10:00 AM
To: providex@...
Subject: RE: [Pvx] CommandWindow cursor jumping lines on backspace when
trying to debug.

Mike,

If there is a technique/fix we could build into a command program, that
would be very useful and appreciated.  I expect it will be a number of years
before our ERP version is upgraded to V10+. 

Have a terrific day.
Peter Higgins

InterNET Services Corp.
803-547-9100 x 1125

-----Original Message-----
From: "Michael King" <mike.king@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2010 9:16am
To: providex@...
Subject: RE: [Pvx] CommandWindow cursor jumping lines on backspace when
trying to debug.

To All,

We are aware of the command window problem and are looking at ways to
resolve it.  The problem is the size of the window changes dynamically and
this is not properly handled internally.

Hopefully we will have it corrected for V10.

Regards,
Michael King
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PVX Plus Technologies, Ltd.
45B West Wilmot Street, Suite 212 | Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 2P3
Ph: (888). 975-7587, Ext 707  |  Fax: (888) 975-7587
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-----Original Message-----
From: Marty Becker [mailto:marty@...] 
Sent: November-18-10 7:55 AM
To: providex@...
Subject: RE: [Pvx] CommandWindow cursor jumping lines on backspace when
trying to debug.

Eric,

	'RS' works for a second and then a couple of lines later the
command screen does other screwy stuff and reverts back to BAD. Doing
'RS' again doesn't help.

Marty

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Vanpaeschen [EDIAS Support] [mailto:eric.edias@...] 
Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2010 4:20 AM
To: providex@...
Subject: Re: [Pvx] CommandWindow cursor jumping lines on backspace when
trying to debug.

Don,


What I think may be happening here: When you enter console mode in the 
command window, the cursor will appear below the last output there, but
as 
it (the command window) shares the text mode positioning with the
display 
window, it will (internally) think that it's actually positioned
somewhere 
else.  If you enter PRINT 'RS', when entering console mode in the
command 
window, you will end up at the position where it thinks it should have
been 
(and that also appears to be 1 line below the lasted used line in the 
display window {mostly due to using @(x,y) in the actual application}).


Regards,

Eric Vanpaeschen
EDIAS Support

-----Original Message----- 
From: Don Locke
Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:15 PM
To: providex@...
Subject: [Pvx] CommandWindow cursor jumping lines on backspace when
trying 
to debug.

Hi

I have an issue with the command window when trying to debug a program.
When I press the backspace key the cursor is jumping lines.  Could jump
up
two lines, could jump down two lines.

I'm running pvx on a red server, connected with a windx client.

Don Locke




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