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Subject:Re: [Exist-open] Forbidden re-ordering of a sequence (bug?)
From:Ralf Jung (ralf@gmx.de)
Date:Aug 27, 2011 8:19:59 am
List:net.sourceforge.lists.exist-open

Hi,

Weird, as far as I remember, it shouldn't be restricted to any platform (it should be available on any platform supporting Swing). Could you please send an email to the Kernow mailing list?

I tried to (and put you in CC), but the list rejected my mail. Probably because I am not subscribed, but I don't plan to do so. The bug tracker does not seem to be maintained either, judging from the open bug from May 2011 with the title "YrOqJRyFYovSwUAu"...

Kind regards, Ralf

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