Fwd: bug (?) when creating smart group

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Fwd: bug (?) when creating smart group

Alex Hamann


Happens with today`s nighly:

create a new smart group
type a single letter for the  first field
you would expect autocompletion but instead you will get:
*** -[BDSKFilterController objectDidBeginEditing:]: selector not  
recognized [self = 0x6448a40]

then accept the alert and cancel the creation of the smart group
you will get the alert:
*** -[BDSKFilterController objectDidEndEditing:]: selector not  
recognized [self = 0x64b69c0]

Checked those operations that caused problems yesterday. Can confirm  
fixes.

Alex


My apologies if this post should go to the list twice. Tried to send  
this for a first time about 4 hours ago but still don't see it on the  
list.



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Re: Fwd: bug (?) when creating smart group

Christiaan Hofman
Thanks, that's fixed now for the next nightly.

Christiaan

On 26 Sep 2008, at 8:03 PM, Alex Hamann wrote:

>
>
> Happens with today`s nighly:
>
> create a new smart group
> type a single letter for the  first field
> you would expect autocompletion but instead you will get:
> *** -[BDSKFilterController objectDidBeginEditing:]: selector not
> recognized [self = 0x6448a40]
>
> then accept the alert and cancel the creation of the smart group
> you will get the alert:
> *** -[BDSKFilterController objectDidEndEditing:]: selector not
> recognized [self = 0x64b69c0]
>
> Checked those operations that caused problems yesterday. Can confirm
> fixes.
>
> Alex
>
>
> My apologies if this post should go to the list twice. Tried to send
> this for a first time about 4 hours ago but still don't see it on the
> list.
>
>
>
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