[texpoint-users] Pending PowerPoint Process
texpoint at necula.org
Sun Jul 20 10:29:49 PDT 2008
I thought that this bug was fixed in version 3.1.2. Does everything work
properly if you select the PNG display format?
Unfortunately I cannot promise that I will investigate this Office 2000
problem. We have 4 newer versions of Office to worry about.
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Subject: [texpoint-users] Pending PowerPoint Process
I have the same problem with Powerpoint 2000 and Texpoint as Pierre and
My hope was, that the problem is solved with the new Texpoint version 3.2.1.
Unfortunately, this is not case.
I can add the following observations:
* The error message does not appear when I unload Texpoint before
* If the error message appears the PP customization file "ppt.pcb" is
Anything new about this topic?
Pierre Savéant wrote on Thursday, October 25, 2007:
We bought several licences of texpoint recently and got the same
problem as Jaap.leguijt at shell.com
Weird behaviour of PowerPoint
(sent on AUG. 29, 2007)
I have follow you instructions to install Texpoint Version 3.1.2 (Win)
(released September 23, 2007)
for Office 2000 (PowerPoint 2000 SP3 (9.0.6620))
and checked that the EMF graphic Converter is intalled,
and got a message when leaving Powerpoint saying it detected an error
that it cannot solve.
The problem is when you invoked again PowerPoint it does not show up.
Looking closely, we found out that there is still a process running
(POWERPNT.EXE) that you have to kill by hand (each time, even if you
did not use Texpoint).
DID YOU FIND ANY WORKAROUND?
Jaap Leguijt wrote on Wednesday, August 29, 2007:
> Yesterday, I installed the PowerPoint plug in TexPoint for Office 2000.
> After some while I got it working but now PowerPoint has a strange
> behaviour. If I start PowerPoint, all thing work correct. I am able to
> create a TexPoint display and the results look promising. However, when I
> exit PowerPoint, it come with the message: "PowerPoint found an error that
> it can't correct. You should save presentations, quit, and then restart
> PowerPoint". If I do so, after restarting PowerPoint, the TexPoint menu
> not appear. If I close PowerPoint and start it again, the TexPoint menu is
> still gone, bit now, a PowerPoint process is taking all the CPU time. Only
> if I kill the PowerPoint process in the Task Manager, and restart
> PowerPoint again, it behaviour normal until the next exit. It looks as if
> TexPoint is causing PowerPoint to enter some infinite loop. Is there any
> to correct this behaviour?
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ferdinand Svaricek
Professur fuer Steuer- und Regelungstechnik
Institut fuer Systemdynamik und Flugmechanik
Fakultaet fuer Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik
Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen
Tel.: (+49) 89 6004-2077
Fax: (+49) 89 6004-2082
e-mail: ferdinand.svaricek at unibw.de
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