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I'm running Stackz Version 7.0 (Dictionary Edition) on a Windows Vista SP1 notebook and when I choose "Stackz topics..." from the help menu nothing happens. Ditto for  "Language Tools topics..." from the help menu. Ditto for "Tutorials..." from the help menu.

I have the same problem with Stackz on a Windows Vista SP1 VMware Fusion 1.1.3 virtual machine on an Apple Macbook running OS X 10.5.4.

Does anyone know why this doesn't work?

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I'm using Stackz Version 7.0 (Dictionary Edition) on a Windows Vista SP1 notebook. I used the List Import Wizard multiple times to import around 2000 cards in 50 lessons. Everytime at the end of a test on a stack, when I mark the last card as either known or unknown Vista pops up a dialog saying "Stackz Flashcard Organizer has stopped working. Windows can check online for a solution to the problem, [option 1] Check online for a solution and close the program, [option 2] Close the program." Stackz closes when I chose either of the options.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application name: stackz.exe
application version: 2.2.0.0
application timestamp: 47e598a6
exception code: c0000005
exception offset: 0011e34c
os version: 6.0.6001.2.1.0.256.6
locale id: 1033
additional information 1: 4540
additional information 2: 16c91767bea7d44e94ebb896f7dff5a5
additional information 3: a3b9
additional information 4: 451517637319224a7ebc69252c099b0c

I rebooted and retried. Same problem.

I uninstalled Stackz, rebooted, reinstalled Stackz, and retried. Same problem.

I tried using the "New Practical Chinese Reader 1 - Vocab.szm" file from your website. Same problem.

I would appreciate any help in solving this problem since it's really annoying but, worse, when Stackz crashes it forgets the the new state of the cards I marked in that session.  The current workaround is to try to pay attention and never mark the last card.



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