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  1. #1
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    Default Touch dialog crash - month/year bad values

    BcVersion: 4.1 beta (pro build 20431)
    Ubuntu 12.04.5 64-bit

    From a folder session, after right-clicking on a file and selecting Touch..., in the resulting dialog the month and year drop-down menus have bad values (month is blank, year is 1896), and clicking on the month menu causes a crash. In the crash report, the error message is "List index (-1) out of bounds."

    Emailing crash report and screen shot of dialog to support.

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    Thanks for the report. I've reproduced this and we'll get this fixed.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    By the way, it would be nice if the touch dialog permitted specifying the time of day, as well as the date, like the system touch command.

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    Hello,

    Below the Calendar picker in the Touch dialog is a timestamp section, but there appears to be an issue in the 4.1 beta that is hiding it. We'll get that fixed.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    The touch dialog bug is fixed in BC 4.1 that we released today.
    Chris K Scooter Software

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    Ubuntu 12.04.5
    BC Version 4.1 (build 20575)
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    Thanks, Chris. The dialog seems to function properly.

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    But there's a trivial cosmetic problem with the time-of-day widget. When the AM/PM text is selected, sometimes the up/down arrows are not highlighted properly, although clicking on them (or using the keyboard up/down keys) works properly.

    If you want to pursue this and are unable to duplicate it, I can provide more specifics.

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