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Re: OWB 1.9 is AWESOME! (1.10 is Now Available)
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@BillE

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It seems I also need some non-standard font, Bitstream Cyberbit, which may be causing the problem, any ideas as to where this can be obtained.
I've included the link to it in the readme, but it's not required (unless you want to read for example chinese pages). I just tested it by removeing the Cyberbit font and OWB still works without problems here.

The core fonts (Arial, Verdana, Courier New, etc.) are more likely to cause problems since I made them, instead of the DejaVu fonts, the default fonts. There is no problem if they are not installed, in this case the DejaVu fonts are still used, but a broken installation might cause these problems.

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@joerg

Oki, trouble resolved with the fonts you gave us, thanks

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Re: OWB 1.9 is AWESOME! (1.10 is Now Available)
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@joerg

I'm geting Yellow gurus whit 1.10, when I load pages,

font spacing looks better.

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AmigaInputAnywhere
Excalibur
and other tools and apps.
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You shoud read the entire thread.

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Crash log for task "OWB"
Generated by GrimReaper 52.3
Crash occured in module kernel at address 0x01433430
Type of crash: DSI (Data Storage Interrupt) exception

Register dump:
GPR (General Purpose Registers):
0: 633A3730 64BF64D0 00000030 663BD820 66008FCC 633A3730 0000004F 00000001
8: 8000000F 633A3731 C93AC6F8 66008FC8 48002122 66176BF0 6616EB58 6616EAD0
16: 015EBB4C 015EBAD0 7E72F8E8 00340014 00000001 67D58C40 00000020 00000258
24: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 0000004F 66008FCC 01C92810 663BD820


FPR (Floating Point Registers, NaN = Not a Number):
0: nan 1.20317e+12 0 197
4: 0 -7.88885e-10 3.8598e-06 0
8: 65536 4.5036e+15 0 0
12: 2.14748e+09 0.5 0 0
16: 0 0 0 0
20: 0 0 0 0
24: 0 0 0 0
28: 0 0 0 0

FPSCR (Floating Point Status and Control Register): 0x82024000


SPRs (Special Purpose Registers):
Machine State (msr) : 0x0200F030
Condition (cr) : 0x28002122
Instruction Pointer (ip) : 0x01433430
Xtended Exception (xer) : 0x20003268
Count (ctr) : 0x014333D0
Link (lr) : 0x01416EBC
DSI Status (dsisr) : 0x40000000
Data Address (dar) : 0xC93AC6FC



680x0 emulated registers:
DATA: 6AFA558E 00000003 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
ADDR: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 64BEE920
FPU0: 0 0 0 0
FPU4: 0 0 0 0



Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x01433430 belongs to module "kernel" (HUNK/Kickstart)

Stack trace:
native kernel module kernel+0x00033430
native kernel module kernel+0x00016ebc
module OWB at 0x7E72E430 (section 5 @ 0x410)
module OWB at 0x7EA41FF4 (section 5 @ 0x313FD4)
module OWB at 0x7EA09BA8 (section 5 @ 0x2DBB88)
module OWB at 0x7EA0833C (section 5 @ 0x2DA31C)
module OWB at 0x7EA027D4 (section 5 @ 0x2D47B4)
module OWB at 0x7EA05004 (section 5 @ 0x2D6FE4)
module OWB at 0x7EA01190 (section 5 @ 0x2D3170)
module OWB at 0x7E9FF164 (section 5 @ 0x2D1144)
module OWB at 0x7E9FF294 (section 5 @ 0x2D1274)
module OWB at 0x7E7B22B4 (section 5 @ 0x84294)
module OWB at 0x7E7AE2FC (section 5 @ 0x802DC)
module OWB at 0x7E7B7204 (section 5 @ 0x891E4)
module OWB at 0x7E865F6C (section 5 @ 0x137F4C)
module OWB at 0x7E866004 (section 5 @ 0x137FE4)
module OWB at 0x7E866248 (section 5 @ 0x138228)
module OWB at 0x7E73B508 (section 5 @ 0xD4E8)
module OWB at 0x7E8665F0 (section 5 @ 0x1385D0)
module OWB at 0x7E8F1C68 (section 5 @ 0x1C3C48)
module OWB at 0x7E8F1E48 (section 5 @ 0x1C3E28)
module OWB at 0x7E8F22B4 (section 5 @ 0x1C4294)
module OWB at 0x7E9EE0E0 (section 5 @ 0x2C00C0)
module OWB at 0x7E730A2C (section 5 @ 0x2A0C)
module OWB at 0x7E72FB3C (section 5 @ 0x1B1C)
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00000de4
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x00002348
native kernel module newlib.library.kmod+0x000028e0
OWB:_start()+0x180 (section 1 @ 0x180)
native kernel module kernel+0x00035be0
native kernel module kernel+0x00035c60


PPC disassembly:
01433428: 54000038 rlwinm r0,r0,0,0,28
0143342c: 7d405a14 add r10,r0,r11
*01433430: 812a0004 lwz r9,4(r10)
01433434: 71200002 andi. r0,r9,2
01433438: 41820010 beq- 0x1433448

System information:

CPU
Model: Motorola MPC 7447/7457 Apollo V1.2
CPU speed: 1000 MHz
FSB speed: 133 MHz
Extensions: performancemonitor altivec

Machine
Machine name: AmigaOne
Memory: 524288 KB
Extensions: bus.pci bus.agp

Expansion buses
PCI/AGP
00:00.0 Vendor 0x10CC Device 0x0660
Range 0: 00000000 - 00400000 (PREF.MEM)
00:01.0 Vendor 0x10CC Device 0x0661
00:06.0 Vendor 0x10B7 Device 0x9200
Range 0: 00802000 - 00802080 (IO)
Range 1: 88100000 - 88100080 (MEM)
00:07.0 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x0686
00:07.1 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x0571
Range 4: 0000CC00 - 0000CC10 (IO)
00:07.2 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3038
Range 4: 00802080 - 008020A0 (IO)
00:07.3 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3038
Range 4: 008020A0 - 008020C0 (IO)
00:07.4 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3057
00:07.5 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3058
Range 0: 00802100 - 00802200 (IO)
Range 1: 00802200 - 00802208 (IO)
Range 2: 00802200 - 00802208 (IO)
00:07.6 Vendor 0x1106 Device 0x3068
Range 0: 00802300 - 00802400 (IO)
00:08.0 Vendor 0x1095 Device 0x3112
Range 0: 00802400 - 00802408 (IO)
Range 1: 00802408 - 00802410 (IO)
Range 2: 00802410 - 00802418 (IO)
Range 3: 00802418 - 00802420 (IO)
Range 4: 00802420 - 00802430 (IO)
00:09.0 Vendor 0x1102 Device 0x0002
Range 0: 00802440 - 00802460 (IO)
00:09.1 Vendor 0x1102 Device 0x7002
Range 0: 00802460 - 00802468 (IO)
01:00.0 Vendor 0x1002 Device 0x5159
Range 0: 80000000 - 88000000 (PREF.MEM)
Range 1: 00002000 - 00002100 (IO)
Range 2: 88000000 - 88010000 (MEM)

Libraries
0x01da3c22: exec.library V52.8
0x6ff6c174: vilintuisup.library V0.9
0x6ff6c048: cgxvideo.library V42.1
0x6ff3a0e0: cybergraphics.library V43.0
0x67307b48: amissl_v097g.library V3.7
0x691d3f38: amisslmaster.library V3.7
0x68d046e0: arexx.class V52.1
0x69fa9858: pthreads.library V52.2
0x691d3480: Popmenu.mui V20.57
0x691d3684: ptplay.library V2.6
0x691d39c0: mathffp.library V52.1 (Legacy)
0x691d389e: mathtrans.library V52.1 (Legacy)
0x694bb884: javascript.library V3.25
0x69f9e8ee: Busy.mcc V17.37 (Legacy)
0x694bae10: muipropg.class V20.251
0x694bacc8: xenbar.image V20.172
0x694bab90: muiwinborder.class V20.253
0x694ba870: NListview.mcc V19.74
0x694a5160: muiscreen.library V20.334
0x694ba4b0: Gauge.mui V20.205
0x694ba370: Popasl.mui V20.179
0x694ba2d0: NList.mcc V20.119
0x69f9ed6e: Newstring.mcc V16.18 (Legacy)
0x694ba190: Floattext.mui V20.176
0x694ba0f0: Virtgroup.mui V20.352
0x694ba050: Listtree.mcc V20.21
0x6b1ae22e: IBAreaPlugin.mcc V0.0 (Legacy)
0x6b1aee5e: IBGroupPlugin.mcc V0.0 (Legacy)
0x69e9ab7c: muiconfig.library V20.329
0x69e9da98: muigfx.library V20.510
0x69fa76e8: muilowlevel.library V20.349
0x696ea8fc: muimaster.library V20.2277
0x69aee618: emu10kx.audio V6.7
0x69f508a8: TN_AAC.tnplug V52.3
0x69fcbc48: faad.library V2.1
0x69f509a8: TN_PT.tnplug V1.2
0x69f50a28: TN_AIFF.tnplug V1.5
0x6b1ac2f4: mpega.library V2.4
0x6a509990: fuelgauge.gadget V52.1
0x6ac3ac50: texteditor.gadget V52.1
0x69fcbe48: threads.library V1.4
0x69f9f798: DiskLED.docky V52.3
0x69fa8348: DateTime.docky V52.2
0x6a08be08: speedbar.gadget V52.1
0x69fd5740: slider.gadget V52.1
0x69fd5560: getfont.gadget V52.1
0x6a08b8f0: getfile.gadget V52.1
0x6a1a9578: popupmenu.library V52.1
0x69fea648: popupmenu.class V52.1
0x6ac6bba8: listbrowser.gadget V52.3
0x6a160dc0: space.gadget V52.1
0x6a08b188: clicktab.gadget V52.1
0x6add7130: penmap.image V52.1
0x6a08cc38: chooser.gadget V52.1
0x6add7030: bitmap.image V52.1
0x6a1a3d70: checkbox.gadget V52.1
0x6a160910: integer.gadget V52.1
0x6b01d604: asl.library V52.1
0x6a046020: string.gadget V52.1
0x6a1a84f0: requester.class V52.1
0x6ad25104: usergroup.library V4.29
0x6ac65ba0: mathieeedoubbas.library V52.1
0x6ab8d8f0: bsdsocket.library V4.286
0x6a5b9200: label.image V52.1
0x6ff90d20: glyph.image V52.1
0x6ac6d5b0: button.gadget V52.1
0x6b16aaac: textclip.library V52.1
0x6ff90c20: scroller.gadget V52.1
0x6ac6b080: bevel.image V52.1
0x6ac686d8: layout.gadget V52.1
0x6b0ea0bc: xadmaster.library V13.1
0x6ff90b20: drawlist.image V52.1
0x6b1a0dc0: window.class V52.1
0x6b091500: gif.datatype V52.1
0x6b0918c0: jpeg.datatype V52.1
0x6b091230: ilbm.datatype V52.1
0x6b13fe38: emulation.library V41.438
0x6b12cc34: picture.datatype V52.1
0x6b0fed60: png.datatype V52.1
0x6ff9093c: ft2.library V8.1
0x6ff5b7ac: workbench.library V52.1
0x6b12b260: Picasso96API.library V2.343
0x6b176e60: gadtools.library V52.1
0x6ba81c48: timezone.library V52.1
0x6b151958: application.library V52.1
0x6b1223dc: commodities.library V52.1
0x6b112140: datatypes.library V52.1
0x6ff90644: png.iconmodule V52.1
0x6feb68cc: icon.library V52.2
0x6b1511d8: version.library V52.1
0x6b176440: iffparse.library V52.1
0x6fda47cc: locale.library V52.1
0x6ff6e7ac: diskfont.library V52.1
0x6ff94d98: petunia.library V52.5
0x6ff6c5b8: diskcache.library V3.13
0x6fda05e8: dos.library V52.12
0x6ff6c264: usbprivate.library V52.6
0x6ff0d128: bootkeyboard.usbfd V52.2
0x6ff0d0a8: bootmouse.usbfd V52.2
0x6ff9492c: hub.usbfd V52.4
0x6ff0c08c: usbresource.library V52.6
0x6ff96c18: hunk.library V52.2
0x6ff94354: elf.library V52.4
0x6ff124d0: intuition.library V52.2
0x6ff5a150: rtg.library V41.4288
0x6ff968a0: ATIRadeon.chip V52.5
0x6ff96824: PCIGraphics.card V52.2
0x6ffaaa10: keymap.library V52.1
0x6ff84de0: layers.library V52.1
0x6ffb4420: graphics.library V52.1
0x6ff860e4: nonvolatile.library V52.1
0x6ffab318: newlib.library V52.33
0x6ff951ac: utility.library V52.1
0x6ffaa0a8: expansion.library V52.2
0x6afa558e: rexxsyslib.library V45.3 (Legacy)

Devices
0x69fa7e44: ahi.device V6.6
0x69f822c4: a1parallel.device V52.1
0x69f871a8: a1serial.device V52.1
0x6a546764: eth3com.device V52.1
0x6b1a0f28: diskimage.device V52.26
0x6ff0c300: usbsys.device V52.6
0x6ff86730: uhci.usbhcd V52.9
0x6ff865c4: sii3112ide.device V52.1
0x6ff86524: a1ide.device V52.1
0x6ff90218: a1floppy.device V52.2
0x6ffa8628: console.device V52.2
0x6fffe530: ramdrive.device V52.2
0x6ff6e3bc: input.device V52.1
0x6ffa8314: keyboard.device V52.1
0x6ffaa774: gameport.device V52.1
0x6fffe410: timer.device V52.1

Tasks
ahi.device Unit Process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x65ec1004 - 0x65ec9ffc, pointer @ 0x65ec9f50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf000c000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
input.device (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ff62000 - 0x6ff6a000, pointer @ 0x6ff69f70 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
SFS DosList handler (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fcc8004 - 0x6fccaffc, pointer @ 0x6fccaf50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
USB stack (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fe4c000 - 0x6fe50000, pointer @ 0x6fe4ff50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf8007000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
UHCI Controller Task Unit 0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fe44000 - 0x6fe4c000, pointer @ 0x6fe4bf20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xbc001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
UHCI Controller Task Unit 1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fe00000 - 0x6fe08000, pointer @ 0x6fe07f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xbc001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
sii3112ide.device - chip 0 port 0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fe7c000 - 0x6fe84000, pointer @ 0x6fe83f50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x20000000
State: Task (Waiting)
a1ide.device - chip 0 port 0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6feac000 - 0x6feb4000, pointer @ 0x6feb3f50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
eth3com.device (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a214004 - 0x6a21cffc, pointer @ 0x6a21cf40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0001000, SigWait 0x10000010
State: Process (Waiting)
a1ide.device - chip 0 port 1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fe94000 - 0x6fe9c000, pointer @ 0x6fe9bf50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x20000000
State: Task (Waiting)
CDI0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a632004 - 0x6a63affc, pointer @ 0x6a63af40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CDI0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ab61004 - 0x6ab69ffc, pointer @ 0x6ab69ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH6 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fcc1004 - 0x6fcc3ffc, pointer @ 0x6fcc3ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000100, SigWait 0x18000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH7 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6bbda004 - 0x6bbdcffc, pointer @ 0x6bbdcee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000100, SigWait 0x18000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH2 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6bbe1004 - 0x6bbe3ffc, pointer @ 0x6bbe3ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xe0000100, SigWait 0x18000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CD0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fcb3004 - 0x6fcb5ffc, pointer @ 0x6fcb5f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RAM (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b250004 - 0x6b252ffc, pointer @ 0x6b252ce0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ICD1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a615004 - 0x6a61dffc, pointer @ 0x6a61df40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ICD0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a5a8004 - 0x6a5b0ffc, pointer @ 0x6a5b0f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH4 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6bbef004 - 0x6bbf1ffc, pointer @ 0x6bbf1f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa8000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH3 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6bbe8004 - 0x6bbeaffc, pointer @ 0x6bbeaf20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa8000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fcba004 - 0x6fcbcffc, pointer @ 0x6fcbcf20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa8000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
DH0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fd89004 - 0x6fd8bffc, pointer @ 0x6fd8bf20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa8000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_flc_handler (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fd74004 - 0x6fd76ffc, pointer @ 0x6fd76f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_nbmd_process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fd7b004 - 0x6fd7dffc, pointer @ 0x6fd7df50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RAW (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b242004 - 0x6b244ffc, pointer @ 0x6b244e30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b249004 - 0x6b24bffc, pointer @ 0x6b24be30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b257004 - 0x6b259ffc, pointer @ 0x6b259e30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
AUDIO (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6abfc004 - 0x6ac05c9c, pointer @ 0x6ac05b60 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a0c8004 - 0x6a0d0ffc, pointer @ 0x6a0d0e30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a064004 - 0x6a06cffc, pointer @ 0x6a06ce30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x69729004 - 0x69731ffc, pointer @ 0x69731e30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
console.device (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6febc000 - 0x6fec4000, pointer @ 0x6fec3f70 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
CON (Waiting)
Stack: 0x678d4004 - 0x678dcffc, pointer @ 0x678dce30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RANDOM (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ab76004 - 0x6ab7effc, pointer @ 0x6ab7ef20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
IDF1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ac82004 - 0x6ac8affc, pointer @ 0x6ac8af20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa8000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
IDF0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ac1f004 - 0x6ac27ffc, pointer @ 0x6ac27f20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa8000100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ENV (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b18e004 - 0x6b196ffc, pointer @ 0x6b196e30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
RexxMaster [] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a45e004 - 0x6a465ffc, pointer @ 0x6a465f50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TEXTCLIP (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ab93004 - 0x6ab9bffc, pointer @ 0x6ab9bee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Workbench Clipboard Server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a1e3004 - 0x6a1ebffc, pointer @ 0x6a1ebf30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
string.gadget server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a01e004 - 0x6a026ffc, pointer @ 0x6a026e20 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x40000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Workbench DosList Notify (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a168004 - 0x6a170ffc, pointer @ 0x6a170f70 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00003000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Workbench [Workbench] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a411004 - 0x6a419ffc, pointer @ 0x6a419e60 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Player Process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a54b004 - 0x6a552ffc, pointer @ 0x6a552ed0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
AmiDock (Ready)
Stack: 0x6a0dd004 - 0x6a0e5ffc, pointer @ 0x6a0e54d0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000010, SigWait 0x00000010
State: Process (Ready)
Background CLI [rno-r100] (Ready)
Stack: 0x68bfb044 - 0x68c02fc4, pointer @ 0x68c02db0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000010, SigWait 0x80000110
State: Process (Ready)
hub.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fdac000 - 0x6fdb4000, pointer @ 0x6fdb3f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
hub.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fd94000 - 0x6fd9c000, pointer @ 0x6fd9bf40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
hub.usbfd (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fdb4000 - 0x6fdbc000, pointer @ 0x6fdbbf40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xa0000000, SigWait 0x10000000
State: Task (Waiting)
application.library messageserver (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b130000 - 0x6b130fa0, pointer @ 0x6b130f10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc0000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Waiting)
datatypes.library (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b024004 - 0x6b02cffc, pointer @ 0x6b02cf40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00001100, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
? IPrefs ? (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b158004 - 0x6b160ffc, pointer @ 0x6b160580 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x0000f000, SigWait 0xc0000000
State: Process (Waiting)
USB stack Process (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ac9f004 - 0x6aca7ffc, pointer @ 0x6aca7f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ConClip (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a500004 - 0x6a508ffc, pointer @ 0x6a508ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Log (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a4eb004 - 0x6a4f3ffc, pointer @ 0x6a4f3f40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80003000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
ASYNCWB (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a092004 - 0x6a09affc, pointer @ 0x6a09aec0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
RAWBInfo (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a033004 - 0x6a03bffc, pointer @ 0x6a03bef0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80001000, SigWait 0x00000010
State: Process (Waiting)
DiskImageGUI (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a009004 - 0x6a011ffc, pointer @ 0x6a011df0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xb0000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
MUI-PubScreen-IBrowse (Waiting)
Stack: 0x69427004 - 0x69436ffc, pointer @ 0x69436dd0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
DefIcons (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a071004 - 0x6a079ffc, pointer @ 0x6a079df0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80009000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
ramlib (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b1bc004 - 0x6b1c4ffc, pointer @ 0x6b1c4f50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
muigfx.library (Waiting)
Stack: 0x694c8004 - 0x694d7ffc, pointer @ 0x694d7f10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x40001000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Exchange (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a0fa004 - 0x6a102ffc, pointer @ 0x6a102bd0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xc000d000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Configuration (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a4d6004 - 0x6a4deffc, pointer @ 0x6a4dee40 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf8003000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Superserver [TCP/IP Superserver] (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a4a8004 - 0x6a4b0ffc, pointer @ 0x6a4b0a30 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xd0000080, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
IBrowse (Waiting)
Stack: 0x695e0080 - 0x695efa80, pointer @ 0x695ef530 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x33e09000, SigWait 0x40000100
State: Process (Waiting)
reaper.task (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b1c9004 - 0x6b1d1ffc, pointer @ 0x6b1d1ee0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00007000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
TCP/IP Control (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a483004 - 0x6a48bffc, pointer @ 0x6a48be10 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0xf8009080, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
Background CLI [OWB] (Crashed)
Stack: 0x64af6004 - 0x64bf6ffc, pointer @ 0x64bf64d0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000010, SigWait 0x08000180
State: Process (Crashed)
diskimage.device:1 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ac4c004 - 0x6ac54ffc, pointer @ 0x6ac54e90 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
diskimage.device:0 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ac12004 - 0x6ac1affc, pointer @ 0x6ac1ae90 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
diskimage.device:2 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6ab44004 - 0x6ab4cffc, pointer @ 0x6ab4ce90 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
diskimage.device:5 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a5f1004 - 0x6a5f9ffc, pointer @ 0x6a5f9e90 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
diskimage.device:4 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6a584004 - 0x6a58cffc, pointer @ 0x6a58ce90 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000100
State: Process (Waiting)
Picasso96 (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6b0f0004 - 0x6b0f8ffc, pointer @ 0x6b0f8df0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x80000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
dos_signal_server (Waiting)
Stack: 0x6fd82004 - 0x6fd84ffc, pointer @ 0x6fd84f50 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x0000e000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Process (Waiting)
idle.task (Ready)
Stack: 0x6ff85000 - 0x6ff86000, pointer @ 0x6ff85fd0 (Cookie OK)
Signals: SigRec 0x00000000, SigWait 0x00000000
State: Task (Ready)

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@LiveForIt

I get the exact same...

Glad me and Hans aren't the only ones, i can get it working
withoiut knowing what i changed, but after a reboot its
crashing again... :-/

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I've installed that Cybit font per the intructions and it's made no difference.

Getting the same yelow guru as others.

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@Raziel

Found the fonts on Win2000, installed the fonts, using typemanager in sys:system.

now I don't get any yellow guru errors.

It looks like OWB will crash if website uses a font that is not installed.

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you have to download (now link removed) the core font archive ... overwrite your already installed arial, cyberbit, verdana .ttf fonts ... otherwise you will get that yellow alert and DSI

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@TiredOfLife

Quote:
I've installed that Cybit font per the intructions and it's made no difference.

Getting the same yelow guru as others.
The UNICODEFONT font isn't used at all unless there are missing glyphs in the other fonts which isn't the case on sites like amigans.net, only for example on chinese, japanese, etc. pages, and even on such pages it doesn't crash if you don't have such a font, it just can't render most of these pages.

Try if it works after removing FONTS:Arial#?, FONTS:Courier New#?, FONTS:Times New Roman#? and FONTS:Verdana#? if you have any of them. Of course they are not required either, but if you do have them and there is something wrong with the installation it can cause problems. Or install them using my .otag files.

Everyone who gets crashes please run OWB from a shell and check if there is any output with font names, if started from Workbench version 1.10 doesn't print any warning and error messages any more.

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Found the fonts on Win2000, installed the fonts, using typemanager in sys:system.
They are available on sourceforge.net as well, check the readme in http://strohmayer.org/sfs/files/corefonts.lha
Make sure to set the font families when installing them yourself instead of using my .otag and .font files.

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It looks like OWB will crash if website uses a font that is not installed.
No, it doesn't. But it may crash if you do have the fonts but your installation of them is broken.

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For me (A1 G4) it works pretty well, but most of the links are not clickable (the pointer doesn't change into a hand and cliks have no effect at all). It was that way already under 1.09, but it is now worst

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@joerg

Quote:

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how about supplying these fonts as some of us haven't got windows machines

That would be illegal.



Wouldn't it be better to use Amiga fonts that come with OS4 that we already have ? That would be perfectly legal and avoid too many downloads of third party files.

Or even better do what the other browsers do and let the user choose the ones they want from those we have available rather than relying on fonts from the Windows world which need to be downloaded.

That Cybit thing was about 6Mb in size and takes ages on a slower connection.

I am still getting the Reapers so there must be something else as well. SnoopDos shows those font related but I am sure I already have Arial and DejaVu already.

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Wouldn't it be better to use Amiga fonts that come with OS4 that we already have ?
It does, if a font a page is using isn't installed OWB uses the DejaVu fonts included in AmigaOS4.

Quote:
That Cybit thing was about 6Mb in size and takes ages on a slower connection.
It's not required.

Quote:
I am still getting the Reapers so there must be something else as well. SnoopDos shows those font related but I am sure I already have Arial and DejaVu already.
Try if removing Arial, etc. (but not the DejaVu fonts) helps, unless you used the .otag files from my corefonts.lha. It doesn't need any fonts except for the DejaVu fonts included in OS4, but there seem to be problems with wrongly installed fonts.

Of course I don't get any of these problems here and don't know what the reason for the crashes is, if someone who gets the crashes sents me his Arial, Curier New and Times New Roman .otag and .font files I could try to find out what's wrong and fix it in the next version.

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Well just to tell you it works fine here.
Just used it for the last hour without any problems.

(The only problem i did occur was a 100% usage. Its almost as if something is stuck in a loop, but im sure thats not caused by you)

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Have reinstalled the fonts using the correct method.
No more error message but I am getting random lockups now instead.

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I have it reproduceable now, maybe you would like to take a look?

I have everything installed as per readme.

The first time (after a reboot) i start OWB (regardless if shell or icon)
it crashes with the aforementioned (by TiredofLife and Hans) crash.

Right after the GR window has popped up i start OWB again and NOW it
starts, without problems, without crashes, without recoverable alerts!

After a reboot, everything is back to "normal" - read, it crashes

I don't know the inner workings of OWB, but i suspect OWB tries to read
something which is created on startup (but not yet available) and
crashes.
The second start CAN read this "something" (because it was created on
start of the first instance) and starts up normally (maybe only some
little bugger in env?)

Could you give me an idea on where to look next?

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I can reproduce a problem with 1.10 now, it's not same as the crashes others get, but it may be related.


Edited by joerg on 2008/2/16 19:33:23
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@all

If you want to check your font installations, use Fontpreviewer available here.
You will have to check each of the fonts individually, but the error messages with incorrect font installations are useful. Assuming you have installed the core fonts you need to check the following fonts:-

Andale Mono.font
Arial Black.font
Arial Bold Italic.font
Arial Bold.font
Arial Italic.font
Arial.font
Comic Sans MS Bold.font
Comic Sans MS.font
Courier New Bold Italic.font
Courier New Bold.font
Courier New Italic.font
Courier New.font
Georgia Bold Italic.font
Georgia Bold.font
Georgia Italic.font
Georgia.font
Impact.font
Tahoma.font
Times New Roman Bold Italic.font
Times New Roman Bold.font
Times New Roman Italic.font
Times New Roman.font
Trebuchet MS Bold Italic.font
Trebuchet MS Bold.font
Trebuchet MS Italic.font
Trebuchet MS.font
Verdana Bold Italic.font
Verdana Bold.font
Verdana Italic.font
Verdana.font
Webdings.font

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Quote:

Raziel wrote:
@joerg

I have it reproduceable now, maybe you would like to take a look?

I have everything installed as per readme.

The first time (after a reboot) i start OWB (regardless if shell or icon)
it crashes with the aforementioned (by TiredofLife and Hans) crash.

Right after the GR window has popped up i start OWB again and NOW it
starts, without problems, without crashes, without recoverable alerts!

After a reboot, everything is back to "normal" - read, it crashes

I don't know the inner workings of OWB, but i suspect OWB tries to read
something which is created on startup (but not yet available) and
crashes.
The second start CAN read this "something" (because it was created on
start of the first instance) and starts up normally (maybe only some
little bugger in env?)

Could you give me an idea on where to look next?


Hi,

I can confirm the above, until doing the above I would get a ISI crash everytime I ram OWB. This would be even before the GUI would show up.

I have all the need fonts (even completely rebuilding my fonts directory.

I have 4 crash logs if anyone would like me to send them.

It appears there may be a problem with the ?newlib.library.kmod?.

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