2010/11/16 Fredrik Clementz <address@hidden>:
> Hi there,See add the end of this posting.
> I didn't really get what you meant by test 1 and test 2 (ehrm, possibly an
> idiot, but that's life).
Ok, I build a new installation and published it.
> Note that a uninstall and reinstall of the other file 20101030 didn't work
- several pspp versions installed on top of each other
- data files in de program directories
- delete the pspp directorie with it's content
I used the old toolset. So the problem will be back as soon as I update.
> Dunno what you did but good!
Would you mind mailing me the file on (for WindowsXP) c:\documents
and settings\<your user>\..recently-used.xbel
With this file I may be can reproduce the problem so I can find what is wrong.
A rewritten description of the tests (should be done with the
20101030 version) is:
go to | start | all programs | bureau assecoires | Command prompt | and type
del %userprofile%\.recently-used.xbelclose the Command prompt and check if PSPP works now.
This is maybe a temporary workaround but it could interfere with other programs.go to | start | all programs | bureau assecoires | Command prompt | and type
After finishing the test
rd %userprofile%.recently-used.xbeland close the command prompt .
Find the PSPP program directory. Most likely C:\program files\PSPP
Open ..\PSPP\share\themes\MS-Windows\GTK2-0\gtkrc with wordpad and add the lines
gtk-recent-files-limit = 0Test if PSPP works now
gtk-recent-files-max-age = 0
as the first 2 lines in