Access violation 7.3.0.4453

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Larry56
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Access violation 7.3.0.4453

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When I filter on jpg files in a folder and try to delete any within that filtered view I get an access violation with no explanation. While the files no longer display they are not actually deleted from the computer.

MacBook Pro Monterey 12.5

Anyone else have this happen?

Edit - I removed the filter but still received the access violation. I exited PSu and then restarted and did a test delete. This time no access violation message and the file was deleted. I assume now that after the database update I should have exited and restarted.
G8DHE
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Re: Access violation 7.3.0.4453

Post by G8DHE »

Works OK for me in Windows 10, filtered view for JPG then delete either from database or db and folder and its deleted without issue.
Geoff Mather (G8DHE)
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