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McLauchlan, Kevin said:
> I "feel" badly about their decision to base it on .NET framework
> 1) it's irretrievably tied to Windoze only
I believe you can run it on a Mac with Parallels.
> 2) it keeps giving me "unhandled exception" errors almost every time I
> get slightly careless with selecting or dropping.
With the 4.2 upgrade, I rarely get these anymore. (I do hate getting
> I'm kinda tired of re-installing .NET.
I've had to upgrade .NET, but haven't had to reinstall. Why are you
> Maybe I'm the only person who ever makes a mousing error.
LOL -- I doubt that!
> This might be related to what Steve A mentions. Perhaps there's
> leakage going on. I do tend to have the program open and the current
> project up for several days at a time. Even 4GB eventually gets
> polluted. (Yes, I do save often...)
I think that's more of a Windows thing, since I see the same with some
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