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Tuesday, April 5th 2005, 11:49am

Given that it´s a stand-along application, and does not (I think) make use of other 3rd-party libraries... my guess would be that you have a corrupted MFC library in your copy of Windows. I´d run System File Checker (insert winXP CD, go to run, and type, "sfc /scannow", to see whether you can´t repair this.
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Wednesday, April 20th 2005, 8:29pm

no I know exactly what Alderbaran is referring to.When you try to fill the node Material>type value with DcDt it will append a gibberish "/" character to the end. Edited by - Cold_Void on 4/20/2005 7:30:25 PM
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