Not at all. That means I misunderstood. I thought you only added a comment about the potential crash.realthunder wrote: ↑Fri Sep 18, 2020 11:29 amHmm... looks like you have developed some bias against me, no? The comment you quoted means that the crash on Windows will happen if the code calls repaint(). I fixed it by replacing it with update().
It is not really useful to know where the exception is caught. Can anyone with a Windows debug build reproduce this problem? If so, it will be more useful to catch the exception in the debugger.
Actually, some people on this forum think that if an exception is caught, it is not a crash:
Maybe it is not a crash, after all...