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Clarisworks crashes - error type 2
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eamstutz
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Mar 5, 2000, 09:07 AM
 
Ever since installing OS 9 my Clarisworks v5.04 will randomly crash giving a type 2 error. This never happened on my system with OS 8.6. Having given CW lots of memory, reinstalling, and all the updates I can find, it stills occurs frequently losing all work that is not saved. Any suggestions or good programs that autosave what you are working on ?
I was going to update to CW 6 for it's autosave(-wonder why they decided to add this) hoping it would solve the problem but see many bad reports of CW6 so far.
     
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Mar 6, 2000, 07:37 PM
 
I had similar problems. Particularly with the database module. Awks 5 corrupted my data twice before I moved it to FileMaker.

Now I have Awks 6 and things are even worse, as you suggested. Definitely not ready for prime time.

Anywone who has an old Awks w Datavis file translators should hold on to it. Make sure to get all the user input before upgrading.
iMac 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo 6GB, OS 10.6.8
Macbook Pro 2.2GHz Core i7 8GB. OS 10.6.8
iPhone 3GS 32GB, OS 5 / TiBook / Newton (2)
     
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Mar 6, 2000, 09:10 PM
 
If you are using or have used publish and subscribe that could be the reason. I started to have problems with Appleworks 5 under OS 8.6 and it got totally worse with OS9. Then I went work to find out what was going on. To test this out you will find that documents that use publish and subscribe will sometime or always crash (type 2 error), but docs that don't contain it will never crash.
     
   
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