View Full Version : Moved: Daniel 6:1 error

01-07-2013, 04:01 PM
I opened BW9, changed the verse to Dan 6.1, then ran searches on the WWT for Darius and the Nau for Darius then received a process not working and crash. I repeated this 3 times.

Here is the log.
Unhandled exception: page fault on read access to 0x01aa797f in 32-bit code (0x007069ec).
Register dump:
CS:001b SS:0023 DS:0023 ES:0023 FS:1007 GS:000f
EIP:007069ec ESP:0140ea68 EBP:0140f120 EFLAGS:00010246( R- -- I Z- -P- )
EAX:00000000 EBX:00000000 ECX:0000ffff EDX:07800040
ESI:0000ffff EDI:01a97980
Stack dump:
0x0140ea68: 00010240 00000016 00000016 0140eacc
0x0140ea78: 0140eae8 7bc6502d 00000003 0140eacc
0x0140ea88: 00000000 0140eab0 0569b750 0140eab0
0x0140ea98: 0140eac8 4268d1bb 00007420 0140eac0
0x0140eaa8: 4260ac99 44e1fc4b 426bb9d4 00000001
0x0140eab8: 0140eb08 4268d12c 056a0118 00000000
0200: sel=1007 base=7ffc0000 limit=00000fff 32-bit rw-
=>0 0x007069ec in bw900 (+0x3069ec) (0x0140f120)
1 0x006d59ba in bw900 (+0x2d59b9) (0x0140f310)
2 0x006c799e in bw900 (+0x2c799d) (0x0140f328)
3 0x4269d85a in <wine-loader> (+0x4269d859) (0x0140f358)
4 0x4269e20e in <wine-loader> (+0x4269e20d) (0x0140f398)
5 0x426a0bae in <wine-loader> (+0x426a0bad) (0x0140f3e8)
6 0x42661f9f in <wine-loader> (+0x42661f9e) (0x0140f4a8)
7 0x00640579 in bw900 (+0x240578) (0x0140fd48)
8 0x0050286f in bw900 (+0x10286e) (0x0140fe64)
9 0x00934848 in bw900 (+0x534847) (0x0140feb0)
10 0x7b84f12c in kernel32 (+0x3f12b) (0x0140fec8)
11 0x7b853237 in kernel32 (+0x43236) (0x0140ff08)
12 0x7bc6646c in <wine-loader> (+0x7bc6646b) (0x0140ff28)
13 0x7bc684ba in <wine-loader> (+0x7bc684b9) (0x0140ffa8)
14 0x7bc66432 in <wine-loader> (+0x7bc66431) (0x0140ffc8)
15 0x7bc3f8ee in <wine-loader> (+0x7bc3f8ed) (0x0140ffe8)
0x007069ec: cmpb $0x20,0x0(%ecx,%edi,1)

01-07-2013, 06:23 PM
Further testing seems to indicate there is an issue with the BGT (TH) alt text. When I search or hover over this text I get the error. When I reopen, there is no (TH) alt text. I think this is where the issue lies.

01-14-2013, 10:37 AM
John, I can reproduce this. It looks like it is an error on our side, not on the Mac Public Preview platform. We'll dig into it and try to post a fix ASAP.

01-14-2013, 12:05 PM
Thanks for your prompt attention.

01-14-2013, 09:08 PM
OK, a new EXE (11u) is posted. Could you please see if that fixes it?

01-14-2013, 09:55 PM
Works for me. Thanks for the prompt fix!