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by Schtrudel
31 Aug 2008 15:36
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: "Statistics" view updates
Replies: 5
Views: 5313

Re: "Statistics" view updates

I send it to you by mail...
by Schtrudel
31 Aug 2008 11:36
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: "Statistics" view updates
Replies: 5
Views: 5313

Fixed: "Statistics" view updates

Hi, I tested that with version 1.7.6.4: Open 2 hex files Open the Statistics view - switch from the drop down list to the second file -> The view is not updated - right click and Hide Maximum -> The view is not updated The view get updated line by line if you move the mouse over the view, or at once...
by Schtrudel
23 Apr 2007 16:15
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Access violation when using file compare
Replies: 11
Views: 11758

:oops: My bad! :oops:
So, no development version in english? :roll:
by Schtrudel
23 Apr 2007 15:57
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Access violation when using file compare
Replies: 11
Views: 11758

BTW, you put this development version at the place of the released one... Does this mean that 1.7.1.0 Beta German edition is a released version :lol:
Juuuust kidding
by Schtrudel
23 Apr 2007 15:51
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Access violation when using file compare
Replies: 11
Views: 11758

Except that it's in german, it works ok ! :D

Thanks
by Schtrudel
15 Apr 2007 13:38
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Access violation when using file compare
Replies: 11
Views: 11758

To reproduce the problem, I opened to almost equal files (by regular Open icon on HxD). The files are exe files, one of them the "patched" version of the second; 2.7MB. I compared them, and I began moving along back and forth over the changes with F6 and Shift-F6. Most of the times on the "borders" ...
by Schtrudel
15 Apr 2007 11:53
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Access violation when using file compare
Replies: 11
Views: 11758

Fixed: HxD: Access violation when using file compare

I got such error in File Compare:
at 004089CE in module HxD.exe . Read of Address 7FE80000


Furthermore, it's also weird that if I click somewhere in on the file, the whole compare is after that "out of sync"

Thanks

Schtrudel
by Schtrudel
08 Jun 2006 15:32
Forum: Feature and Enhancement Requests
Topic: HxD: Search with Regex
Replies: 14
Views: 18541

Maël wrote:Hi Schtrudel,
As really flexible regular expressions (with some sugar) mean that I have to roll my own implementation, expect this feature not before version 1.8 or 1.9.

Regards, Maël.
Thanks,

I'll wait... :roll:

Schtrudel
by Schtrudel
07 Jun 2006 09:20
Forum: Feature and Enhancement Requests
Topic: HxD: Search with Regex
Replies: 14
Views: 18541

HxD: Search with Regex

Hi Mael! Here is a feature a colleague asked me about: He wants to search in a binary file, through a binary regular expression. For example, to search a pattern like: 34 4? 57 and gets all the pattern matches with the second nibble as "don't care". If it's possible to get down to the bit level, tha...
by Schtrudel
29 May 2006 12:10
Forum: Comments
Topic: Thanks Mael!
Replies: 2
Views: 8953

Thanks Mael!

Thanks Mael!

The latest 1.6.1 version rules!

BTW, it seems that your forum is badly spammed...
by Schtrudel
11 Jan 2006 00:17
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Buggy display of column-offsets >= 100
Replies: 7
Views: 10715

Well, that is fine, but I look at what is doing winhex, they simply go back to 0: 98 99 00 01 02... So it's perhaps enough (since what you will do if someone even more crazy than me wants to align every KByte!), but perhaps add on the status bar the column were the cursor is (like in some text edito...
by Schtrudel
09 Jan 2006 13:54
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Buggy display of column-offsets >= 100
Replies: 7
Views: 10715

The most current example is to look at MPEG transport stream that are A LOT mre readable when organized in 188 or 204 bytes.
by Schtrudel
08 Jan 2006 10:54
Forum: Bug Reports
Topic: Fixed: HxD: Buggy display of column-offsets >= 100
Replies: 7
Views: 10715

Fixed: HxD: Buggy display of column-offsets >= 100

If you try to display more than 100 (in dec) char per lines, the numbering will take 1 offset left over the data.

Just try to display 200 char per lines! (in decimal).
And yes, it's very important to me.

Schtrudel