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[resolved] "Failed to get data for CaseSensitive"


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Hi Dmitri,

Just writing to say I encountered a VERY strange bug.

I was running 5.x and upgraded today to latest 6.1.

Anyway, all was well (and awesome new version!!! so much faster! *hug*), then I hit CTRL-F

PHPed showed a dialog: Failed to get data for CaseSensitive

I did some rooting around in Altap Salamander (best file manager ever) and noticed in the registry key:
\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\NuSphere\PhpED6.1\SearchOptions

CaseSensitive had NO DEFAULT setting, it was a DWORD and it's value was null, unset, not 0 or 1.

Systematically I went through every key setting defaults to 0 on all DWORDs and now it's fine.

Just thought you should know.

Win7 Pro 64bit here.


Thanks.
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yep, this problem is fixed in 6107, but you have to uninstall 6106 and DO NOT keep settings while doing so, then install 6107 and it will import 5.9.5 without any problems.

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Hi guys,

Thank you for sharing this, I am having the same issue.

Where I can download 6107?
Cannot see it in "My Products" section of members area.

Thank you,
Tom.
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Sorry, 6107 raises an unexpected error -8. We removed it. A replacement will be released shortly after we get confirmantion from some of our customers that it works fine.

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Thank you, Dmitri.
Will be watching for 6108.

In the meantime, Rick's fix works fine.
Thank you, Rick!
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You can solve this issue very easily:

1. Start Regedit
2. Go to \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\NuSphere\PhpED6.1\SearchOptions
3. In all invalid entries delete the last 2 double zero (e.g. change 00 00 00 00 00 00 to 00 00 00 00)

The Problem is 00 00 00 00 00 00 is 48-bit Code, that does not exist. 00 00 00 00 changes it to 32-bit which works.
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