I am running APT 2.03 on TX. In the web browser, using apt to call DBCacheDA will cause a reset. Using Hi-Launcher or EasyLaunch5 has no such problem. Can anyone verify whether this is a bug of APT?
Date: 04 May 2009 22:44
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I almost always had probs w/TX & Web/Blazer vis-a-vis available dbcache memory.
Check out Pruss's OffFlush, should be available on 1src.com, or google (Dr) Alex(ander) Pruss (his apps don't need my approbations, but they do get my personal
"El Exigente approves" label.
The app allows you to flush cache before entering an app & I have it set to do just that in Web - I believe that it will help you - regardless of the Apt vs. Hi-Launcher when calling DBCacheDA.
Good luck & let us all know if this helps.
It seems like it's not DBcache casuing the problem. I found apt is not stable in blazer, even using a hard button to trigger the star menu can cause a reset. I heard from other forum that apt is not good in the arm-coded programs. Is that true?
Apt works fine with Blazer, except from some minor quirks about Star menus and pop-ups.
I use Apt with Blazer, without any problems, and I actually use my Star menu from Blazer without problems too!
So, the idea is that Blazer is a bit problematic with some of the thousands of things that Apt can do, but let's not generalize. The same goes for "arm-coded programs" - maybe some problems, but not a general incompatibility.
Using Apt to launching DAs (I think only with a UI) from Blazer and some other programs will cause a crash.
I spent a lot of time trying to track down why, without success.