- Could you be a little more specific as to what is exactly happening? Tell me the exact steps you are taking up to when the plugin no longer works.
- What do you mean by "locked-up"?
- When the skin "locks up", do other skins work? Or can you open the Manage dialog?
- Do you have the recursive option enabled (Recursive=1) ?
- Does Rainmeter crash whenever there you reload the skin containing this plugin (regardless of whether you scroll through any of the files) ?
- Does the "lock up" happen on certain folders (like C:\Windows), or is it on any folder?
- You mentioned once that the "lock up" happens on other commands, is it only certain commands, or all of them?
It is the same version as before, but it has some extra debugging info. If you could open up "drwtsn32.exe" (open the "start menu", select "run", then type in "drwtsn32.exe") and select the following options:
Then make sure you open up the Dr. Watson folder specified in the "Log File Path" option, and leave it open until the process is complete. If there is a file "drwtsn32.log" and/or "user.dmp" in the Dr. Watson folder, delete both of them. Then click "Ok" to close "drwtsn32.exe".
Now open up the skin in Rainmeter and make it crash. After the crash, there should be a "drwtsn32.log" and "user.dmp" in the Dr. Watson folder. If the files are small enough, you can upload them here (preferably in a .zip file), or else you will need to upload them on a free file sharing site like Mediafire or something similar.
Thanks, and sorry for all the hassle.
@Virginityrocks: I am unfamiliar with the .website extension, and I am not able to use it on my system (since I don't use IE). Could you copy a .website file, save it in a .zip file and upload it here so that I can double check its file format (it is supposed to be like the .url file) ? If the format is the same, I can apply the same workaround as I did for .url files.
@dragonmage: I have been thinking about an "EmptyIndex" idea, but I haven't been able to implement it yet. Probably won't get time until next week to work on that.