I've recently upgraded my PC's OS to Windows 2000 (SP2) and CW to 7.0 (IDE
188.8.131.522) and memory from 256MB to 1GB. Running the same Java Swing
application that I used to run on my old WinNT 4.0 (SP6) with CW 6 I've
noticed the when I Run the project by clicking on the Project | Run menu
choice or hitting the "Run" key (I changed the mapping so that Run is F5
and Debug is Ctrl-F5) - that the Project Window in the background keeps
clearing and updating while the Swing application is running in the
While the application runs, it does create files in a sub-directory of the
CW applications target directory. That subdirectory is not part of the
project. I also tried writing the application output to a different
directory that is not part of that tree, and their was no difference, the
Project Window still kept flashing and repainting the file list.
This looks like its slowing down the foreground application, as it 'burbs'
a tad while the Project Window is refreshing.
Is this something that is not supposed to happen? Did it happen before and
I never noticed? Anything I can do to avoid it?
Larry Nussbaum Imagination