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random crashes, now won't open
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(02-10-2020, 04:45 PM)CentBrowser Wrote: We have already figured out the reason of this issue.
And we will fix it in the next version.
You can temporarily append --disable-gpu in Cent's desktop shortcut, and remove it when we upgrade to 4.2
Is your OS Windows 7?
Thank you! i'll try that - how to I edit the taskbar shortcut? That's how I tend to open everything.

I'm on Windows 10.

EDIT: Cancel that question, I did it. Seems to work, great!

ANOTHER EDIT! ... It doesn't work. Cent did open, which was better, but as soon as I click on Restore tabs ("Cent didn't shut down properly last time"), it's gone again.

Tried twice, then I tried ignoring the Restore button and going straight for Tabs Outliner. It didn't seem to know I was clicking on it in the toolbar, though right-click brings up the submenu as usual, but then left-click still isn't recognised. And then Cent blinks out of existence same as the other times (I tried this three times, it's consistent).

All I want is to get at my tabs list!! {frustrated}
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random crashes, now won't open - by Mand - 02-09-2020, 09:55 AM
RE: random crashes, now won't open - by Mand - 02-11-2020, 12:50 PM

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