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Hi,

D6 Enterprise and the "standard" ChartFX bundled with it.

Simple form, no project drop a Chart on it and everything is fine.

Save the form, close all windows and reopen the form

Access violation at address blah blah blah ignore may cause component to be

deleted

Close DELPHI,

Start Delphi, form opens fine first time but NOT second

Didn't use to happen but its some time since I've "opened" the form with the

chart on it. Building the application and distributing it is not a problem,

just opening the form in the IDE

Any suggestions, I'm pretty desparate now!

Thanks

Stuart

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Traffic on this group seems to have been very quiet, in particular there has

been no response to my original post three weeks ago.

I have just seen a question posted today and an answer posted by Support

within 3 hours. Can anyone confirm that my original post to this group can

be seen by someone.

Many thanks

Stuart

"Stuart Cox" <stuart.news@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message

news:pJrOBzZ%23EHA.1580@webserver3.softwarefx.com...

> Hi,

>

> D6 Enterprise and the "standard" ChartFX bundled with it.

>

> Simple form, no project drop a Chart on it and everything is fine.

> Save the form, close all windows and reopen the form

> Access violation at address blah blah blah ignore may cause component to

be

> deleted

> Close DELPHI,

> Start Delphi, form opens fine first time but NOT second

>

> Didn't use to happen but its some time since I've "opened" the form with

the

> chart on it. Building the application and distributing it is not a

problem,

> just opening the form in the IDE

>

> Any suggestions, I'm pretty desparate now!

>

> Thanks

>

> Stuart

>

>

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