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|unable to reproduce
|OpenMPT 1.31.04.00 / libopenmpt 0.7.3 (current stable)
|0001734: [rare] Plugin window crashes or closes itself whenever any "-" button for collapsing a plugin sublist is pressed.
This is a bug I only encountered during one session using OpenMPT.
It happened right after I had loaded a bunch of VSTs from at least three different VST folders on my machine, consisting of a mix of low end freely available VSTs and a bunch of high end paid Native Instruments plugins from around the Komplete 7 era (still haven't upgraded since then).
For some strange reason, every time I clicked the "collapse" button in the plugin window the entire plugin window would crash and close itself and have to be reopened again.
I had to make sure to never collapse any expanded sublist to prevent the window from closing prematurely.
After closing the session though, the bug has never reoccurred and I cannot reproduce it even by trying to do similar things as what I was doing before.
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The bug has never reoccurred and I cannot reproduce it even by trying to do similar things as what I was doing before.
This bug report is purely being submitted to document the fact that a rare bug related to those plugin sublists may exist somewhere in the codebase.
My personal suggestion: Perhaps just close this ticket, leaving it in the system for just for documentation purposes as something that happened once.
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Just to be sure we're on the same page, is this what you mean? See red mark in attached screenshot.
Yes, that's the collapse button that I'm talking about.
It was a pretty strange bug, only happening during that one session and never again.
Oh, I just remembered another fact:
I may have tried to load both 64 and 32 bit versions of all the Native Instruments plugins.
I may have also had two separate copies of OpenMPT (the same version: 1.31.04) running at once.
Still haven't been able to reproduce it though. Just figured I'd add this extra info here in case it helps.