Topic: Uncaught Exception, and some info/questions
[exception text will be (nearly) last between "===" and "---"]
(0) OUTSTANDING program!
(1) Graph Help is unavailable post windoz XP. "WinHlp32.exe" is not included in windoz newer than XP. MS is upfront that it "does not conform" to "new" windoz specs and intends to force programmers to switch to the newer system, whatever that may be.-/
(1a) WinHlp32.exe is available:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607, see also Windows Help program (WinHlp32.exe) article, Windows6.0-KB917607-x86.msu
(1b) -and requires "genuine" windoz validation to download which repeatedly crashed for me although I was able to get MS Support to send the MSU file attached to an email. (Very slow to install in Vista, but it works, and I can now access the Graph help system.) -Watch out for pirate/trojan sites claiming to offer MS-ware - I almost got nailed.
(2) I want to change the "default" line endpoints and line style. I cannot find where those parameters are stored. (I want diamond interim-points and long dash-lines between the ordered pairs I import.)
(3) Can Graph be executed from the DOS (or TC) command line? In particular are there switches that can be used to twiddle the settings and specify files to import ?
(3a) Or perhaps a script or macro language that (filename) can be specified on the command line. (ala: VDE.com if you go back that far;-)
thanks for an OUTSTANDING program,
Date: 09/07/2010 17:13:57
Message: Access violation at address 00474B9E in module 'Graph.exe'. Read of address 00000105
I believe this occurred as a result of a very small window and dense axes, and specification of ">" to designate interim points which appeared far over-size. It only occurred w/ ">" and was repeatable.