Stephan B. Wessels
swessels at one.net
Tue Apr 15 01:16:41 UTC 2003
I ran into the same thing yesterday under WIndows 98. I was able to
use it by going back my V3.4 VM.
Not sure what the problem is. I decided to go back and finish my
project on the Mac. Actually this surprised me. It's the first time I
can remember a fresh Squeak final release not installing or operating
correctly. I just assumed it was something I did wrong.
On Monday, April 14, 2003, at 03:05 PM, Gavin Scott wrote:
> I wiped out my previous collection of images, VMs, and whatnot, and
> downloaded 3.5 for Windows via:
> As a minor aside, I'd like to complain that this page has no obvious
> here to download the software" link. The mention of the "ftp site"
> seems to
> be qualified by the "If a full package is not built for your system..."
> clause. Also a new user does not (yet) care that there are four files
> needed to make a working Squeak, they just want the software. So I
> suggest eliminating the discussion of VM vs. Image vs. Changes and
> have links for downloading the complete package prebuilt for major
> systems, and perhaps a separate "for advanced users or users of other
> platforms" link.
> Anyhow, I start Squeak under Win2K SP3, open the Navigator tab, click
> and click Cancel in the "Please type your name" dialog. The VM goes
> busy, the UI stops responding, and if I force a windows refresh by
> minimizing and restoring the Squeak window then a stack trace is
> in the upper left corner of the window that starts:
> *** System error handling failed***
> MessageNotUnderstood: asBaloonCanvas
> Debugger class>>openContext:label:contents:
> This seems like a not implausible sequence of things for a new user to
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