Wednesday, May 03, 2006

bugs in swat

Report bugs here. We know it's crawling with big, ugly bugs, but there's a good chance that you've found one of the three million species that we still haven't catalogued.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Joseph Limbaugh said...

Let the pestering commence! (cuts red ribbon with huge scissors)

- I mentioned this in the lab rat tutorial, the script pane needs a scroll bar for big scripts. Also, when part of the script tree is collapsed, editing another part should not open it up again.

2:01 PM  
Anonymous Joseph Limbaugh said...

Paste only works once for me. If I try to paste the same formula more than once, Swat does some screwy things. Like removing part of a Boolean so I can't edit it.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Chris Crawford said...

Thanks, joseph. I have entered all three bugs into my worklist, which currently is 21 items long. Each day, I'll announce progress here.

8:24 AM  
Blogger S'orlok Reaves said...

Storytron Coders:
I think there may be a small memory leak in SWAT. When I close the program, javaw is still running in my list of processes. Dictionary.xml, for instance, is still held by the system.
Any ideas, or was this just a fluke on my part?

9:46 PM  
Blogger Chris Crawford said...

We'll start hunting down that thread leak.

3:18 PM  
Blogger Designer Christian said...

When i loose focus of the algolizard window, and for example i go to another window, when i come back to swat the algolizard window remains in the back of swat window and i cant see it, i have to press alt+tab to select swat and then the algolizard window appears. This bug is in Swat0.51 and 0.52.

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Joseph Limbaugh said...

Also there is that button that appears underneath consequences when you start swat. It's empty and as far as I can tell doesn't do anything.

11:27 AM  

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