Re: Assertion Error Message

Bill Woodland (wcw@bga.com)
Sat, 20 Jan 1996 09:25:13 -0600


>From: "Laurence G. Kahn" <kahn@drcoffsite.com>
>To: <CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu>
>Subject: Re: Assertion Error Message
>
>
>In reply to 15 Jan message from scottdp@shore1.intercom.net:
>
>>I'm using the Cornell W0.84b7 version of CU-SeeMe under Windows 95. On
>>occassion I have listed in the Participants Sending list a name that has
>>no
>screeen showing <not my own>. When I click on the name so as to send
>>it to the Participants Sending (Not Showing) list below, I get the
>>following error message:
>
>>Assertion Error
>>Null Assertion()
>>File: c:\e\cuseeme\r084\core\video02.c
>>Line: 424
>
>>The name refuses to be moved, the user's screen still remains unseen
>but
>>still counts as one of ones allowed open in the max screen # limit.
>
>>Anybody else seen this, have a solution?
>
>
>same problem under windows NT... I increase the number of windows and new ones
>come up and that one eventually goes away..
>
>_________________________________________________________________________
>Larry Kahn __ __ __ __ Senior Software Engineer
>kahn@drcoffsite.com / \ / \ / \ / \ Dynamics Research Corp.

This is due to a bug in the participants list code, which is being
re-written. We will just have to live with it until Cornell can get a new
version completed.

Bill Woodland (wcw@bga.com)
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