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Wacky running time measured by NDN on Alt+/

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dandv    0

1. Press Alt+/ twice to get the {} timing prompt (btw what does the [] mode do?)

2. Type "notepad somefile.txt"

3. After one second, close Notepad

4. Notice the spurious elapsed time recorded by NDN.

 

Check video at http://home.arcor.de/stasis/NDNtimerBug.gif

 

Hope that helps,

Dan Dascalescu

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Garl    0

options-> configuration-> command line

 

[ ] User Mode #1 enabled indicator "[" and "]"

[ ] User Mode #2 enabled indicator "(" and ")"

[ ] Timer enabled indicator "{" and "}"

 

User mode #1

User mode #2

 

User Mode # - all writen in command line symbols start as parametr

 

//sorry English-Help file not update yet

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Basil/2    0
4. Notice the spurious elapsed time recorded by NDN.

I can confirm that bug on

 

Version v2.15.1159/ENG

(04-02-2005) WIN32 (W9x/WinNT)

 

 

P.S. Garl, I didn't understand what do you mean. Is it solution for that bug?

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Garl    0

Âåðñèÿ v2.15.1187/RUS

(05-02-2005) DPMI32 (DOS/W9x)

 

Âåðñèÿ v2.15.1159/RUS

(04-02-2005) WIN32 (W9x/WinNT)

 

os: win98Rus

 

command line : {C:\>}edit 1.txt

 

Dpmi-time ": 00:00:03.03" (all good)

 

win32-time " 405:321:55.90" (BUG :( )

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