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I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a radial 

gauge that has an inner gauge.

its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

halt.

I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

window ) I get the following error

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an

object.

at c0.b(an A_0)

at an.k()

at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

at ef.a(hd A_0)

at hl.b(hd A_0)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event and

put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

reproduce the exception.

If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days, behaving

normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been seen before?

regards Bob ..

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I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a radial 

gauge that has an inner gauge.

its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

halt.

I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

window ) I get the following error

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an

object.

at c0.b(an A_0)

at an.k()

at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

at ef.a(hd A_0)

at hl.b(hd A_0)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event and

put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

reproduce the exception.

If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days, behaving

normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been seen before?

regards Bob ..

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Dear Bob:

I have a couple of questions:

1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge? Such

link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using macros such

as %v.

3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner gauge

manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or new

InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

Thank you.

--

PR

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

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>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>

> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

> time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

> halt.

>

> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

> window ) I get the following error

>

> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of

> an object.

> at c0.b(an A_0)

> at an.k()

> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

> at ef.a(hd A_0)

> at hl.b(hd A_0)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>

> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event

> and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

> reproduce the exception.

>

> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

> seen before?

>

> regards Bob ..

>

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Dear Bob:

I have a couple of questions:

1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge? Such

link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using macros such

as %v.

3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner gauge

manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or new

InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

Thank you.

--

PR

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

news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>

> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

> time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

> halt.

>

> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

> window ) I get the following error

>

> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of

> an object.

> at c0.b(an A_0)

> at an.k()

> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

> at ef.a(hd A_0)

> at hl.b(hd A_0)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>

> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event

> and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

> reproduce the exception.

>

> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

> seen before?

>

> regards Bob ..

>

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> Dear Bob:

>

> I have a couple of questions:

> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response to a

windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside another

method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code ...

if(this.InvokeReqiured)

this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

else

...

> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using macros

> such as %v.

No I dont have the value linked.

> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

> Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner gauge

> manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or new

> InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

I use visual studio to create the gauges

>

> Thank you.

>

> --

> PR

>

>

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

> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>

>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

>> time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

>> halt.

>>

>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

>> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

>> window ) I get the following error

>>

>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of

>> an object.

>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>> at an.k()

>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>

>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

>> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event

>> and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

>> reproduce the exception.

>>

>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>> seen before?

>>

>> regards Bob ..

>>

>

>

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> Dear Bob:

>

> I have a couple of questions:

> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response to a

windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside another

method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code ...

if(this.InvokeReqiured)

this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

else

...

> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using macros

> such as %v.

No I dont have the value linked.

> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

> Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner gauge

> manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or new

> InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

I use visual studio to create the gauges

>

> Thank you.

>

> --

> PR

>

>

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

> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>

>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

>> time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

>> halt.

>>

>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

>> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

>> window ) I get the following error

>>

>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of

>> an object.

>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>> at an.k()

>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>

>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

>> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event

>> and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

>> reproduce the exception.

>>

>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>> seen before?

>>

>> regards Bob ..

>>

>

>

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Dear Bob:

Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version may

fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

1.0.2404.18315.

If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

Thank you for your help.

--

PR

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

news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>

>

>> Dear Bob:

>>

>> I have a couple of questions:

>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>

> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response to

> a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside another

> method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code ...

>

> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

> else

> ...

>

>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>> macros such as %v.

>

> No I dont have the value linked.

>

>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

>> Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner

>> gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or

>> new InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>

> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>

>>

>> Thank you.

>>

>> --

>> PR

>>

>>

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

>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>

>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

>>> time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

>>> halt.

>>>

>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

>>> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

>>> window ) I get the following error

>>>

>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance

>>> of an object.

>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>> at an.k()

>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>

>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

>>> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event

>>> and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

>>> reproduce the exception.

>>>

>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>>> seen before?

>>>

>>> regards Bob ..

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Dear Bob:

Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version may

fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

1.0.2404.18315.

If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

Thank you for your help.

--

PR

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

news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>

>

>> Dear Bob:

>>

>> I have a couple of questions:

>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>

> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response to

> a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside another

> method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code ...

>

> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

> else

> ...

>

>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>> macros such as %v.

>

> No I dont have the value linked.

>

>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

>> Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner

>> gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or

>> new InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>

> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>

>>

>> Thank you.

>>

>> --

>> PR

>>

>>

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

>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>

>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not every

>>> time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind it to a

>>> halt.

>>>

>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

>>> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a IE

>>> window ) I get the following error

>>>

>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance

>>> of an object.

>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>> at an.k()

>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>

>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

>>> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer event

>>> and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely failed to

>>> reproduce the exception.

>>>

>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>>> seen before?

>>>

>>> regards Bob ..

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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I will try that asap ... quick question though .. where can I find the 

hotfix 1.0.2404.18315

I can only find 1.0.2347.65026 servicepack and downloadable of the same

version number

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

news:TjTlwNwtGHA.2444@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Dear Bob:

>

> Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version may

> fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

> 1.0.2404.18315.

>

> If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

>

> Thank you for your help.

>

> --

> PR

>

>

>

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

> news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>

>>

>>> Dear Bob:

>>>

>>> I have a couple of questions:

>>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>>

>> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response

>> to a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside

>> another method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code

>> ...

>>

>> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

>> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

>> else

>> ...

>>

>>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>>> macros such as %v.

>>

>> No I dont have the value linked.

>>

>>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

>>> Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner

>>> gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or

>>> new InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>>

>> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>>

>>>

>>> Thank you.

>>>

>>> --

>>> PR

>>>

>>>

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

>>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>>

>>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not

>>>> every time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind

>>>> it to a halt.

>>>>

>>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

>>>> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a

>>>> IE window ) I get the following error

>>>>

>>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance

>>>> of an object.

>>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>>> at an.k()

>>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>>

>>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

>>>> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer

>>>> event and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely

>>>> failed to reproduce the exception.

>>>>

>>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>>>> seen before?

>>>>

>>>> regards Bob ..

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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I will try that asap ... quick question though .. where can I find the 

hotfix 1.0.2404.18315

I can only find 1.0.2347.65026 servicepack and downloadable of the same

version number

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

news:TjTlwNwtGHA.2444@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Dear Bob:

>

> Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version may

> fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

> 1.0.2404.18315.

>

> If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

>

> Thank you for your help.

>

> --

> PR

>

>

>

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

> news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>

>>

>>> Dear Bob:

>>>

>>> I have a couple of questions:

>>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>>

>> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response

>> to a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside

>> another method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code

>> ...

>>

>> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

>> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

>> else

>> ...

>>

>>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>>> macros such as %v.

>>

>> No I dont have the value linked.

>>

>>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer in

>>> Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner

>>> gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel(); or

>>> new InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>>

>> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>>

>>>

>>> Thank you.

>>>

>>> --

>>> PR

>>>

>>>

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

>>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>>

>>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not

>>>> every time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind

>>>> it to a halt.

>>>>

>>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a radial

>>>> gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window ( say a

>>>> IE window ) I get the following error

>>>>

>>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance

>>>> of an object.

>>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>>> at an.k()

>>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>>

>>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner digital

>>>> panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows timer

>>>> event and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but completely

>>>> failed to reproduce the exception.

>>>>

>>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>>>> seen before?

>>>>

>>>> regards Bob ..

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Dear Bob:

I am sorry, I should have mentioned it. Please contact SoftwareFX Support at

support@softwarefx.com, reference this post in this newsgroup, and ask them

to get the latest HotFix for Gauges.

Also, double-check that you are marshalling all your calls to the Gauge

control.

--

PR

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

news:kcBkMx2tGHA.2276@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>I will try that asap ... quick question though .. where can I find the

>hotfix 1.0.2404.18315

>

> I can only find 1.0.2347.65026 servicepack and downloadable of the same

> version number

>

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

> news:TjTlwNwtGHA.2444@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Dear Bob:

>>

>> Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version

>> may fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

>> 1.0.2404.18315.

>>

>> If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

>>

>> Thank you for your help.

>>

>> --

>> PR

>>

>>

>>

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

>> news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>

>>>

>>>> Dear Bob:

>>>>

>>>> I have a couple of questions:

>>>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>>>

>>> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response

>>> to a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside

>>> another method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code

>>> ...

>>>

>>> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

>>> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

>>> else

>>> ...

>>>

>>>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>>>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>>>> macros such as %v.

>>>

>>> No I dont have the value linked.

>>>

>>>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer

>>>> in Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner

>>>> gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel();

>>>> or new InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>>>

>>> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>>>

>>>>

>>>> Thank you.

>>>>

>>>> --

>>>> PR

>>>>

>>>>

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

>>>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>>>

>>>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not

>>>>> every time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind

>>>>> it to a halt.

>>>>>

>>>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a

>>>>> radial gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window

>>>>> ( say a IE window ) I get the following error

>>>>>

>>>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance

>>>>> of an object.

>>>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>>>> at an.k()

>>>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>>>

>>>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner

>>>>> digital panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows

>>>>> timer event and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but

>>>>> completely failed to reproduce the exception.

>>>>>

>>>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>>>>> seen before?

>>>>>

>>>>> regards Bob ..

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Dear Bob:

I am sorry, I should have mentioned it. Please contact SoftwareFX Support at

support@softwarefx.com, reference this post in this newsgroup, and ask them

to get the latest HotFix for Gauges.

Also, double-check that you are marshalling all your calls to the Gauge

control.

--

PR

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

news:kcBkMx2tGHA.2276@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>I will try that asap ... quick question though .. where can I find the

>hotfix 1.0.2404.18315

>

> I can only find 1.0.2347.65026 servicepack and downloadable of the same

> version number

>

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

> news:TjTlwNwtGHA.2444@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>> Dear Bob:

>>

>> Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version

>> may fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

>> 1.0.2404.18315.

>>

>> If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

>>

>> Thank you for your help.

>>

>> --

>> PR

>>

>>

>>

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

>> news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>

>>>

>>>> Dear Bob:

>>>>

>>>> I have a couple of questions:

>>>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>>>

>>> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response

>>> to a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside

>>> another method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code

>>> ...

>>>

>>> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

>>> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

>>> else

>>> ...

>>>

>>>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>>>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>>>> macros such as %v.

>>>

>>> No I dont have the value linked.

>>>

>>>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer

>>>> in Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the inner

>>>> gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new InnerDigitalPanel();

>>>> or new InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>>>

>>> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>>>

>>>>

>>>> Thank you.

>>>>

>>>> --

>>>> PR

>>>>

>>>>

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

>>>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>>>

>>>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not

>>>>> every time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind

>>>>> it to a halt.

>>>>>

>>>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a

>>>>> radial gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window

>>>>> ( say a IE window ) I get the following error

>>>>>

>>>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance

>>>>> of an object.

>>>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>>>> at an.k()

>>>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>>>

>>>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner

>>>>> digital panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows

>>>>> timer event and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but

>>>>> completely failed to reproduce the exception.

>>>>>

>>>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour been

>>>>> seen before?

>>>>>

>>>>> regards Bob ..

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Hi PR,

I emailed support a few days back and referenced this post as asked but I

have had no reply as yet .... is there anywhere else on the site where the

hotfix can be found ??

Cheers Bob

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

news:lOL8P68tGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Dear Bob:

>

> I am sorry, I should have mentioned it. Please contact SoftwareFX Support

> at support@softwarefx.com, reference this post in this newsgroup, and ask

> them to get the latest HotFix for Gauges.

>

> Also, double-check that you are marshalling all your calls to the Gauge

> control.

>

> --

> PR

>

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

> news:kcBkMx2tGHA.2276@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>I will try that asap ... quick question though .. where can I find the

>>hotfix 1.0.2404.18315

>>

>> I can only find 1.0.2347.65026 servicepack and downloadable of the same

>> version number

>>

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

>> news:TjTlwNwtGHA.2444@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> Dear Bob:

>>>

>>> Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version

>>> may fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

>>> 1.0.2404.18315.

>>>

>>> If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

>>>

>>> Thank you for your help.

>>>

>>> --

>>> PR

>>>

>>>

>>>

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

>>> news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>

>>>>

>>>>> Dear Bob:

>>>>>

>>>>> I have a couple of questions:

>>>>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>>>>

>>>> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response

>>>> to a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside

>>>> another method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code

>>>> ...

>>>>

>>>> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

>>>> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

>>>> else

>>>> ...

>>>>

>>>>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>>>>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>>>>> macros such as %v.

>>>>

>>>> No I dont have the value linked.

>>>>

>>>>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer

>>>>> in Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the

>>>>> inner gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new

>>>>> InnerDigitalPanel(); or new

>>>>> InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>>>>

>>>> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>> Thank you.

>>>>>

>>>>> --

>>>>> PR

>>>>>

>>>>>

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

>>>>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not

>>>>>> every time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind

>>>>>> it to a halt.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a

>>>>>> radial gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window

>>>>>> ( say a IE window ) I get the following error

>>>>>>

>>>>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an

>>>>>> instance of an object.

>>>>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>>>>> at an.k()

>>>>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>>>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>>>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>>>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>>>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>>>>

>>>>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner

>>>>>> digital panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows

>>>>>> timer event and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but

>>>>>> completely failed to reproduce the exception.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>>>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour

>>>>>> been seen before?

>>>>>>

>>>>>> regards Bob ..

>>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Hi PR,

I emailed support a few days back and referenced this post as asked but I

have had no reply as yet .... is there anywhere else on the site where the

hotfix can be found ??

Cheers Bob

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

news:lOL8P68tGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Dear Bob:

>

> I am sorry, I should have mentioned it. Please contact SoftwareFX Support

> at support@softwarefx.com, reference this post in this newsgroup, and ask

> them to get the latest HotFix for Gauges.

>

> Also, double-check that you are marshalling all your calls to the Gauge

> control.

>

> --

> PR

>

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

> news:kcBkMx2tGHA.2276@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>I will try that asap ... quick question though .. where can I find the

>>hotfix 1.0.2404.18315

>>

>> I can only find 1.0.2347.65026 servicepack and downloadable of the same

>> version number

>>

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

>> news:TjTlwNwtGHA.2444@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>> Dear Bob:

>>>

>>> Could you download the latest hot fixes for gauges, as the new version

>>> may fix your problem. The file version of ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.dll is:

>>> 1.0.2404.18315.

>>>

>>> If the problem still occurs, make sure to send me the stack trace.

>>>

>>> Thank you for your help.

>>>

>>> --

>>> PR

>>>

>>>

>>>

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

>>> news:CsZNG7ftGHA.2136@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>

>>>>

>>>>> Dear Bob:

>>>>>

>>>>> I have a couple of questions:

>>>>> 1) Do you set the values of the gauges from a different thread?

>>>>

>>>> oooh ... quite possibly ... the initial value is calculated in response

>>>> to a windows timer event ... then the gauge value is updated inside

>>>> another method that has the gauge inside some thread marrshalling code

>>>> ...

>>>>

>>>> if(this.InvokeReqiured)

>>>> this.beginInvoke( ... delegate .. )

>>>> else

>>>> ...

>>>>

>>>>> 2) Is the value of the inner digital panel linked to the radial gauge?

>>>>> Such link is possible using the property "LinkToMainValue" or using

>>>>> macros such as %v.

>>>>

>>>> No I dont have the value linked.

>>>>

>>>>> 3) How do you create the inner digital panel? Do you use the designer

>>>>> in Visual Studio, or do you create it manually? If you create the

>>>>> inner gauge manually, what constructor do you use? new

>>>>> InnerDigitalPanel(); or new

>>>>> InnerDigitalPanel(anInstanceofADigitalPanel)?

>>>>

>>>> I use visual studio to create the gauges

>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>> Thank you.

>>>>>

>>>>> --

>>>>> PR

>>>>>

>>>>>

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

>>>>> news:QMb1P0UtGHA.3756@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

>>>>>>I am experiencing a strange null exception intermittedly when using a

>>>>>>radial gauge that has an inner gauge.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> its only on a radial gauge with an inner digital panel and its not

>>>>>> every time .. but frequent enough to cause my program grief and grind

>>>>>> it to a halt.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> I have a dashboard with a number of gauges .. but if I obscure a

>>>>>> radial gauge ( that has an inner digital panel ) with another window

>>>>>> ( say a IE window ) I get the following error

>>>>>>

>>>>>> System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an

>>>>>> instance of an object.

>>>>>> at c0.b(an A_0)

>>>>>> at an.k()

>>>>>> at ei.a(an A_0, gp A_1, ef A_2)

>>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0, ht A_1)

>>>>>> at ef.a(hd A_0)

>>>>>> at hl.b(hd A_0)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.BaseGauge.a(hd A_0)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.d()

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.a(Value A_0, Boolean A_1)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Indicator.set_Value(Object value)

>>>>>> at ChartFX.WinForms.Gauge.Gauge.set_MainValue(Object value)

>>>>>> at OFS_Console_B.ofsConsole.KPI_ScreenUpdate(KPI KPI_type) in

>>>>>> C:\Documents and Settings\philip\My Documents\Visual Studio

>>>>>> 2005\Projects\OFS Console B\OFS Console B\Form1.cs:line 633

>>>>>>

>>>>>> its intermittent and only happens to radial gauge with an inner

>>>>>> digital panel ... I tacked together a small test app with an windows

>>>>>> timer event and put a radial gauge with digital panel in it but

>>>>>> completely failed to reproduce the exception.

>>>>>>

>>>>>> If I dont obscure that particular gauge then my app runs for days,

>>>>>> behaving normally ... I'm quite perplexed .... has this behaviour

>>>>>> been seen before?

>>>>>>

>>>>>> regards Bob ..

>>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>>

>>

>>

>

>

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Bob,

We have been trying to contact you over the past couple of days but all

our emails keep bouncing back. Please send a new email to support from a

different email account so that we can provide you the link to track

progress of your case.

Thank you,

--

TT

SFX Support

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Bob,

We have been trying to contact you over the past couple of days but all

our emails keep bouncing back. Please send a new email to support from a

different email account so that we can provide you the link to track

progress of your case.

Thank you,

--

TT

SFX Support

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