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Old 23-10-2008, 22:28
mitchellhu mitchellhu is offline
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Default How to control Corel Application Recovery Manager

I write a Cdrx3 auto checking progam for checking .cdr file by some rules.
From time to time, the Cdrx3 will show Corel Application Recovery Manager up to User , and stop program.
Is there any method could control it by program?
I can't find any Cdrx3 COM object for it.
Any one has good idea?


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Old 24-10-2008, 10:03
jemmyell jemmyell is offline
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Default it is the 'Crash Box'

Hi, your application has crashed CorelDRAW, that is why you are seeing this. Typically it means you have touched memory that does not belong to you, less often it is an invalid parameter passed to a CorelDRAW API.

You need to add some sort of tracing / debugging to see where it is happening in your application.

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