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ID Category Severity Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
0000250 [ClipMate 6] Capturing minor random 10-25-04 01:06 10-26-04 00:20
Reporter Chris Thornton View Status public  
Assigned To Chris Thornton
Priority normal Resolution fixed  
Status resolved   Product Version 6.5
Summary 0000250: Range Check Error When Capturing Invalid Data
Description A user had a range check error in clipobj.pasteone. The GSize variable was incorrectly declared as longint, when it should be dword. HOWEVER, there's no reason to have a clip over 2GB.
So the declaration was changed, but a "reality check" was put in place. Currently at 64MB, but that's probably realistically too high.
I suspect bogus data on the clipboard. There were lots of failed pastes, leading up to the crash.
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Fixed In Release 6.5.02.522
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Date Modified Username Field Change
10-25-04 01:06 Chris Thornton New Issue
10-25-04 01:06 Chris Thornton Fixed In Release  => 6.5.02.522
10-26-04 00:20 Chris Thornton Status assigned => resolved
10-26-04 00:20 Chris Thornton Resolution open => fixed
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