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    Screen Disappears in WYSIWYG


    Hi

    Interesting bug...I've got a screen which is continually disappearing from the Design view of Architect. When Architect is first opened, the screen renders without issue; however, as soon as an edit is done, the screen disappears. To replicate:

    1. Open the file
    2. Select view d_disbursements
    3. Click the "Add" button in the upper left corner of the Ext.Window.
    4. Change the icon class (for instance).
    5. Screen disappears.

    Clicking Refresh briefly shows the screen, but it blanks itself out straight away.

    The relevant information:
    Architect Version 2.2.2
    Build 971
    Release Channel: 2.2.2-stable
    Description - specific screen disappears when edited in visual mode.
    Steps to reproduce - as above
    Result expected - the screen shouldn't disappear when edited.
    Operating System - Windows 7 Pro running as a VM on a Ubuntu host.

    I've uploaded my project to http://shared.legaledge.com.au/arch.zip

    Cheers

    Doug

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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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    One additional piece of information - the screen which this happens on was originally written in Designer (last version) and then converted (using Architect) and imported into the existing project.

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