I update to version 220.127.116.1120 a couple of months ago but I now find that whenever I click on "Check For Updates" I am told that version 18.104.22.16820 is available for update and it wants me to install it again.
When I click on "About Eraser" version 22.214.171.12420 is confirmed.
When I click on the TRAC link I get:
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you...
I'll just have to put up with it and be more careful before I Erase files.
I'm glad that it doesn't end in a total computer crash. After I close the crash pop ups and close the open file, Eraser behaves itself when used again on the same file from the context menu. It also...
Unfortunately I can no longer remember.
It seems to depend on the file type on my computer.
Pdf files will do it and it doesn't matter if I'm using Foxit reader or PDF Xchange viewer.
Png files are ok if they're opened in MS Paint or Paint.Net.
Word documents if open in Word 2007 (.docx) will...
Strange that the problem should occur on two separate machines.
Desktop was a clean install with Win7 Pro, Laptop was upgraded from Vista Home Premium to Win7 Home Premium.
Erase was a clean install on the desktop but can't remember how I installed it on the laptop.
Thanks again DavidHB.
Happy Australia Day everybody.
I duplicated the problem on the laptop which is a bit slower and was able to open the log window before the error pop up message.
All it says is "Could not force closure of file...(file path)".
The settings appear to be 'and only with...
No sorry couldn't.
I left the Eraser window open to one side of the screen. When the error message window popped up the Erase window 'grayed' out. It would then close if I selected Debug (or close program).
Good question, where would I find that log, is it the .ersx file that I see in my App Data/Local folder?
If so, I can send it to you (I was thinking of attaching it but I wasn't sure if I'd be compromising my security).