On Sun, 24 Apr 2011 16:35:19 -0400, rconn <> wrote:
|---Quote (Originally by vefatica)---
|Rex, do you have any suggestions on how to figure out what's going on?
|If nobody else is able to reproduce this, there's very little chance I can do anything about it. It's almost certainly due to something else on your system (plugins, antivirus, screen managers, etc.), and unless you sent me your system I don't know how I can debug it.
|Do you have a TCEXIT and if so, have you tried disabling it?
|Did you try this without plugins?
|Did you try this after disabling all the apps that might be injecting dll's into TCMD (antivirus, screen managers)?
No such software installed here. It happens with no plugins.
More insight: If I delete TCEXIT.BTM or put /IX in TCMD's COMSPEC the probem
goes away. Normally my TCEXIT.BTM exists but is empty. But the problem happens
with or without anything in TCEXIT.BTM. So now it seems you must have (and
execute) a TCEXIT.BTM (empty or not), have "UpdateTitles=No", and have
TITLEPROMPT set. Perhaps I'll find more conditions.