I want to use a Document Viewer to display a simple html page. However, I noticed crashes when changing the page automatically.
Meanwhile I’ve made a pretty minimal example (see the upload below). The minimal examples offers two buttons to switch between two html files. When you switch between the files too quickly, the designer becomes completely unresponsive, and has to be shut down via the task manager. It also starts to use up more and more memory (about 1 MB per second) while it’s hanging.
For the minimal example, the html files are stored under
C:\file1.html and C:\file2.html`, with a pretty minimal content like
<html><body> Contents file 1 </body></html>
The server and designer are both running on my local computer,
Note that the bigger or the more complex the html files are, the easier it is to get the designer to crash. With these simple file it takes a few fast clicks to make the designer crash, but when I first tried with a file having an external CSS defined, it consistently crashed on one of the first switch operations.
When I tried with text files, the Document Viewe did not crash (at least not as quickly).
Did anyone ever notice this behaviour? And is there a solution for it? As the designer hangs completely, it’s very hard to debug for me.
crash_2017-07-17_1352.proj (5.4 KB)
EDIT: Forgot to say, I’m using 7.9.1 for the moment.