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Thread: powerlinc.dll plugin causes Error access violation at 0x7EDF

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    Default powerlinc.dll plugin causes Error access violation at 0x7EDF

    When I have this plugin enabled, it causes an error message that reads "Error access violation at 0x7EDF11E4 tried to read 0x00000008" when Girder closes. After that, reliable operation of Girder is not guaranteed until a reboot. This is running on a PC dedicated to house music, the only other apps running is Trend PC-cillin. At least of the apps you typically have any control over. XP Pro SP2, latest upgrades.

    Thanks for any help you can provide.

    Dave

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    Default Re: powerlinc.dll plugin causes Error access violation at 0x

    Are you running 4.0.1? I don't have the problem anymore.

    Tom

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    Yes, Girder version is 4.0.1.

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    I'm not sure what's happening here. I can't reproduce this here. This is a bit of a long shot, but try the one I've attached here. It has the gui stuff removed. This isn't really needed anymore since we have the generic X10 interface for that now anyway.

    If it doesn't work, check the version number on the plugins page at let me know what that is.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    I'm not sure I'd advise quitting your day job, but this seems to have worked! This resutlt after a cursory test. Will advise if I have anyore problems. I really appreciate the fast turnaround, I can use my system now. My wife may keep me a few more days.

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    Glad to hear it

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    Curtis, should we update this then in the G4 release?

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    sure

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    Curtis

    Using your plugin, is there a way to receive X10 events?

    i.e. X10 PIR sends in an ON command.

    I'm not afraid of having to do some lua scripting. :lol:

    Kerry

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    All you should have to do is open the logger, generate the event, and then drag it to the tree.

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