Crashes

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    Construct 2 Check failure

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    Check failure! This is probably a bug:

    Refreshing properties bar when in a property changed handler. This is unstable

    Condition: !in_propchanged_handler

    File: Bars\PropertiesBar.cpp

    Line: 814

    Function: void __cdecl CPropertiesBar::Refresh(void)

    Build: release 68 (64-bit) checked

    Component: Construct 2 IDE

    (Last Win32 error: 0)

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    I got this message and C2 crashed.

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  • Sorry :)

    That bug is really accidently happened (my hands are bothered from my brother..)

    and I thought Just reporting with that information will be fine..

    then I can't know exact situation.

    draged some files(image) from explorer

    accidently clicked around properties bar (I don't know what button it is, and exact point of clicked)

    I can't repeat causing that bug and don't have that .capx file

    r68 (x64)

    Win7 ultimate k (korean (2byte-one letter language) )

    NVIDIA Geforce GTX 460 (Driver 285.62)

    AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Processor

    I saw some programs do not exactly work If programs are located somewhere which's path has korean lettered word,

    like

    c:\dragonfly[koreanletters]\software.exe

    but my c2 is located on

    E:\Programs\Construct 2

  • Construct 2 fully supports unicode so it should work with korean file paths.

    I can't reproduce this - it probably happened somewhere when you were clicking around the properties bar. I need to know what you clicked and be able to reproduce it myself to be able to fix this, I'm not sure what the problem is otherwise.

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