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Hi Govert and thanks for the workaround.
Yes, you 're right, it happens only the first time
And no, I stopped reporting to them lately.
I prefer to post all bugs here where at least there is some
feedback and verification
If MSE is interested, they can always check this forum (the only
place I could find Magic-support for the last 25 years ;-).
On 26/1/2017 10:32 πμ, Govert Schipper
You are right: I didn't test it in the Runtime, only Studio.
Because of my curious nature, I did some more tests.
What I found is that only the very first Verify in the Main
Program is always displayed in a Box.
No matter if you put it directly in the Task Prefix, or in an
Event Handler, or in a Subtask.
All consecutive Verify's are properly displayed according to
the setting of 'Display in'.
A workaround could be to put the Verify in a separate program
and call this program from the Main Program.
Will you report this to MSE as a bug?
I can even guess why it's working only within Studio ;-)
XPA seems to have issues in a basic sector:
Testing something in Studio's Runtime does not assure you
that your Client will see the same in his plain Runtime
On 21/1/2017 12:32 πμ,
Did you try on the Runtime on it's own?
It is working only when you open the Runtime within
It is not working when you run the Runtime normally, on
On 20/1/2017 1:40 μμ, Govert
No problems here (3.1). Works as expected.
Documenting an issue noticed in XPA3 (tested
up to 3.2)
A Verify operation in MAIN program's
TaskPrefix always ignores the
Instead it is always shown as a popup-alert
That was not the behavior in uniPaaS 1.9
Anyone else noticed it?