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    Quote Originally Posted by craig_welton View Post
    There is an Explode option. That will explore every object recursively and provide a CSV of all objects referenced. Be prepared to wait a while as many objects reference many others.

    Craig
    Hi Craig,

    Cool! Sorry I missed it. I see it now thanks. Click Explode not Explore
    I've never used it before, love it, thanks

    On the other point, if I had a log, I'd know where it was thrown anyway yeah. I don't have one sadly as it's intermittent

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    Excellent thread! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig_welton View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. I have noted this behaviour on a Win 10 laptop. Seems like it might have something to do with the VS2017, High-DPI, scaling and tool bar images. I hope to get something figured out soon.

    Craig
    A user got back to me and found a solution/problem. Object browser (now 2.0.0.3) only works on Windows 10 scaled to 100%. Once you set it to 125% or above, it crashes. Maybe this is usefule to you
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    Hi, thanks again for the info. When you can, try the updated beta 2.0.0.5 at http://www.patwel.com/downloads/ObjectBrowser.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig_welton View Post
    Hi, thanks again for the info. When you can, try the updated beta 2.0.0.5 at http://www.patwel.com/downloads/ObjectBrowser.htm

    Craig
    Confirmed working! Thank you

    Found something else though:
    When in the local web server and i switch to DV920 e.g. the url gets transformed to dv920http://localhost:8181/?Options=3 and obviously doesn't work anymore.
    I know, this is BETA and not urgent at all.
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    Thanks. I'm not able to reproduce that web server issue. Is the pathcode in lower case like you showed? Seems odd. Are you vieiwing an object and then changing the path code? or on the search page?

    thanks
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    It happens when i open object browser, then open a browser on localhost:8181 and select an environment (nothing is selected in object browser itself - i don't know if that's the way to go).
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    This is what the screen looks like. If i choose DV920 the url gets borked as stated above (with lowercase dv920). If i go "Back to Search" it works normally.
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    Start with localhost:8181/obsearch. I'll fix up the handling when it's just
    localhost:8181

    thanks
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