Commander Changing Task Trigger File To Textdatabasefilename Follow

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Hi, I have been having this issue off and on since version 10, it was corrected by 10 SR4, but i am seeing it again in 10.1, most recently in SR3.  The situation comes up when editting the task list, and you open a task, then click on the ... button to open the commands, and the trigger file name gets changed from %Trigger File Name% to TextDatabaseFileName and if you don't catch it and hit OK it makes the change to the task and the task no longer prints, and/or starts deleting the trigger file defined in the label.

 

If i see that it changes the name and hit Cancel to close the command window, then click the ... button again, it usually comes up correctly. I have been able to fix my machine by uninstalling Bartender completely, then deleting all registry entries in both local machine and current user for anything Seagull Scientific under the Software folder (and under the WOW6432 folder for 64 bit machines), then reinstalling and recreating the task list from scratch.

 

i have one user currently experiencing this issue on a windows XP box but cannot make it happen on a Windows 8 box.

 

i just wanted to put this out here in case anyone else was experiencing this and see what they may have done to fix it.

 

Thanks!

Gary

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Dear Gary,

We have reported such behavior - even though condition is not clear. We'll plan to have fix in future versions, though I cannot tell when that will be at the moment.

At the moment, you need to not save the modified task, or manually fix the setting and save.

sorry for the inconvenience caused, and thank you for the reporting.

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I am having this same problem on 10.1 SR4. Is there any news on how to fix this or when it will be fixed?

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Dear justinlaw11,

As of Ver10.1SR4, the issue's still reported and I cannot tell exact date of when that's fixed.

 

One workaround is, instead of checking "Text File" in text file tab, in General tab, place

/D="%Trigger File Name%"

or 

/D="%Trigger File Name%" /DD

for delete text file after print.

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Thank you!

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