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Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: Remote Desktop / mstsc / rdpclip Woes
« on: September 21, 2012, 05:59 AM »
Thanks for the tips, I will give 'Terminals' a try.

Clipboard Help+Spell / Remote Desktop / mstsc / rdpclip Woes
« on: September 19, 2012, 03:17 AM »
I'm running CHS 2.13.01, but this problem has troubled me for years.

I usually have at least one Remote Desktop session to another computer running. We are running RD V 6.1.7600 at our company. The target machines are either Win XP or Win 7.

What happens is that the RD process (mstsc.exe) starts using a lot of CPU power on my machine (around 20% in ProcessExplorer on a dual core). CHS is start using around 2-3% of CPU power.

CHS becomes unresponsive at this point. If I kill CHS, mstsc goes back to normal CPU usage. If I kill mstsc, CHS becomes reponsive again. Usually I would not want to kill either process  :)

As I call myself a professional software developer, I think I could handle any instructions to attach to the various processes, and would gladly provide any in-depth information on the topic.



Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: Error EX4: DBISAM Engine Error #11013
« on: March 29, 2011, 03:01 AM »
I'm on Win XP Professional and I am forced to use Trend Micro OfficeScan (company policy). I have tried to add CHS as an exception (trusted program), but I cannot exclude the Database directory.

I quit CHS, deleted everything in the Database folder, restarted, and the error reappeared on the first copy action.  :(

... 'query (counter)'

That's what I get in a message box these days when opening CHS (latest update 1.47.02). This is sometimes followed (after acknowledging the first) by another one saying 'Error EX63: Operation aborted'. The installation has been running a while on Win XP, no problems so far. 'Verify or Repair Database', as suggested in the other thread, did not change anything. The error appeared before the update, too.

Any idea what's going on?

Thanks for your consideration,


Dear mouser,

Right click on the Quick Paste group, and say Edit, then modify the SQL statement: (see attachment in previous post)
Change it to something like:
NOT (IsInRecyleBin) AND (ModificationDateTime>=DateTimeMinusOneDay)

That was it!

Wow, I'm getting deep down into the heart of CHS :)

So, my misunderstanding was that the time rule for shifting clips from the 'New' to the 'Old' group has anything to do with which clips are shown in the Quick Paste Group. I hope I'll remember that until the next time when I have to (re)install CHS  ;)



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