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Hi,

I have been using both horozontal, vertical and digital gauge in an

application that updates the gauge values every n seconds.

I noticed my applications memory steadily climbing and after a process of

elimination found that both the horozontal and vertical gauges where the

culprits.

I downloaded (with some difficulty) the gauges service pack and installed

it but the problem still persists. The digital gauge behaves as expected.

Is this memory leak fixed in the current service pack or is there a hotfix

available.

Or is there a workaround.?

I'm using the .Net gauges in a managed c# windows app.

regards Bob.

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Hi,

I have been using both horozontal, vertical and digital gauge in an

application that updates the gauge values every n seconds.

I noticed my applications memory steadily climbing and after a process of

elimination found that both the horozontal and vertical gauges where the

culprits.

I downloaded (with some difficulty) the gauges service pack and installed

it but the problem still persists. The digital gauge behaves as expected.

Is this memory leak fixed in the current service pack or is there a hotfix

available.

Or is there a workaround.?

I'm using the .Net gauges in a managed c# windows app.

regards Bob.

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Hi:

The memory leak should have been fixed in the last service pack. I am

wondering if the download of the SP actually succeeded. If you right click

on ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll in Windows explorer, and click on the Version

tab, it should indicate that the file version is: 1.0.2347.65026

Could you confirm?

Regards.

"Bob" <nospam@nospam.com.au> wrote in message

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> Hi,

>

> I have been using both horozontal, vertical and digital gauge in an

> application that updates the gauge values every n seconds.

>

> I noticed my applications memory steadily climbing and after a process of

> elimination found that both the horozontal and vertical gauges where the

> culprits.

>

> I downloaded (with some difficulty) the gauges service pack and installed

> it but the problem still persists. The digital gauge behaves as expected.

>

> Is this memory leak fixed in the current service pack or is there a hotfix

> available.

>

> Or is there a workaround.?

>

> I'm using the .Net gauges in a managed c# windows app.

>

> regards Bob.

>

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Hi:

The memory leak should have been fixed in the last service pack. I am

wondering if the download of the SP actually succeeded. If you right click

on ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll in Windows explorer, and click on the Version

tab, it should indicate that the file version is: 1.0.2347.65026

Could you confirm?

Regards.

"Bob" <nospam@nospam.com.au> wrote in message

news:Nvta86tiGHA.1268@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hi,

>

> I have been using both horozontal, vertical and digital gauge in an

> application that updates the gauge values every n seconds.

>

> I noticed my applications memory steadily climbing and after a process of

> elimination found that both the horozontal and vertical gauges where the

> culprits.

>

> I downloaded (with some difficulty) the gauges service pack and installed

> it but the problem still persists. The digital gauge behaves as expected.

>

> Is this memory leak fixed in the current service pack or is there a hotfix

> available.

>

> Or is there a workaround.?

>

> I'm using the .Net gauges in a managed c# windows app.

>

> regards Bob.

>

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Thanks yes .... it is ...

The problem turned out to be that the service pack update failed to install

properly 3 times .... so I went back to basics removed the complete gauges

package, deleted every reference I could find to it and reinstalled the

latest full pack .. and now my app does not leak.

cheers.

"Software FX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

news:%23v7W%23OijGHA.820@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hi:

>

>

> The memory leak should have been fixed in the last service pack. I am

> wondering if the download of the SP actually succeeded. If you right click

> on ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll in Windows explorer, and click on the

> Version tab, it should indicate that the file version is: 1.0.2347.65026

>

> Could you confirm?

>

> Regards.

>

>

>

> "Bob" <nospam@nospam.com.au> wrote in message

> news:Nvta86tiGHA.1268@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Hi,

>>

>> I have been using both horozontal, vertical and digital gauge in an

>> application that updates the gauge values every n seconds.

>>

>> I noticed my applications memory steadily climbing and after a process of

>> elimination found that both the horozontal and vertical gauges where the

>> culprits.

>>

>> I downloaded (with some difficulty) the gauges service pack and

>> installed it but the problem still persists. The digital gauge behaves as

>> expected.

>>

>> Is this memory leak fixed in the current service pack or is there a

>> hotfix available.

>>

>> Or is there a workaround.?

>>

>> I'm using the .Net gauges in a managed c# windows app.

>>

>> regards Bob.

>>

>

>

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Thanks yes .... it is ...

The problem turned out to be that the service pack update failed to install

properly 3 times .... so I went back to basics removed the complete gauges

package, deleted every reference I could find to it and reinstalled the

latest full pack .. and now my app does not leak.

cheers.

"Software FX Support" <support@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

news:%23v7W%23OijGHA.820@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hi:

>

>

> The memory leak should have been fixed in the last service pack. I am

> wondering if the download of the SP actually succeeded. If you right click

> on ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll in Windows explorer, and click on the

> Version tab, it should indicate that the file version is: 1.0.2347.65026

>

> Could you confirm?

>

> Regards.

>

>

>

> "Bob" <nospam@nospam.com.au> wrote in message

> news:Nvta86tiGHA.1268@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Hi,

>>

>> I have been using both horozontal, vertical and digital gauge in an

>> application that updates the gauge values every n seconds.

>>

>> I noticed my applications memory steadily climbing and after a process of

>> elimination found that both the horozontal and vertical gauges where the

>> culprits.

>>

>> I downloaded (with some difficulty) the gauges service pack and

>> installed it but the problem still persists. The digital gauge behaves as

>> expected.

>>

>> Is this memory leak fixed in the current service pack or is there a

>> hotfix available.

>>

>> Or is there a workaround.?

>>

>> I'm using the .Net gauges in a managed c# windows app.

>>

>> regards Bob.

>>

>

>

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