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vuze crashes when donate popup appears
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Hi!
I have the following problem. Whenever I start a new torrent and the donate popup window appears, the GUI of Vuze crashes. The user interface is totally unresponsive and frozen, but Vuze seems to work more or less correctly in the background. It is not possible to stop or exit Vuze properly, one must kill it with the taskmanager.
  • Operating System and version (examples: MacOS X 10.4.7 or WinXP SP2) win 7 ultimate 32 bit sp1 hungarian
  • The text from the 'System' area on the 'About' page (Help -> About or Vuze -> About) Java 1.8.0_31
     Oracle Corporation
    SWT v4508, win32
    Windows 7 v6.1, x86
    V5.5.0.0/4 az3
  • Antivirus software + version. avast 2015.10.0.2208
  • Firewall software + version. comodo 8.1.0.4426
  • Internet Service Provider and following information (if problem seems to be with connections)
  • Using a Router and/or modem with Network Address Translation? Answers: Yes,
    • If 'Yes' above, have you forwarded a port for Azureus? yes
    • If 'Unknown' or 'Yes,' give us thd models for your router and/or modem. debian based homemade
  • Using a Wireless Connection? Answers: No
    • If yes above, have you tried a wired connection instead?
      • Wireless connections with Vuze are known to cause problems when the connection drops
  • Do the Health status on your torrents have Green smilies? Answers: yes, Mixed
  • Post anything you've already tried to fix the problem.


 
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#2
What happens if you hit the 'escape' key when it is in this state?
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(02-27-2015, 02:12 PM)'parg' Wrote: What happens if you hit the 'escape' key when it is in this state?

 

As i said, it is completely unresponsive. Alas, I cannot readily experiment with it, as the donate popup apears randomly and not that frequently.

 
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The popup is actually a web-page rendered in Internet Explorer - perhaps you have an extension active in IE that for some reason is causing this? Might be worth checking that out and disabling all extensions if you find any.
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(02-27-2015, 03:10 PM)'parg' Wrote: The popup is actually a web-page rendered in Internet Explorer - perhaps you have an extension active in IE that for some reason is causing this? Might be worth checking that out and disabling all extensions if you find any.

 

My default browser is firefox. I do not use IE, nevertheless i checked, and there are no active extensions in it.

 
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