Hang on startup
padril.estel at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 07:15:17 EDT 2007
That fixed it thank you.
On 24/08/07, David Reiser <dbreiser at earthlink.net> wrote:
> start with gnucash --nofile, then use the file menu to open your
> I opened a bug on this -- the persistent splash screen prevents the
> warning about a locked datafile from appearing so you can tell
> gnucash to "open anyway". If your last session ended badly, the data
> file lock isn't released, and the next time you open gnucash you
> should get a warning about the possibility that the data file is
> already in use. Most users always click the "open anyway" button in
> this dialog. But the dialog never shows now that the splash screen is
> set to display until the file opens.
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