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A utility program that worked fine yesterday doesn't work today - no form is displayed at all - and I haven't changed the source or recompiled that.

But...if I kick up VS, it works fine in the debugger - and it works fine if I run the Release version in VS as well, annoyingly.
The release version of the previous version works fine though, so it's something I've done that is confused.

And now I have to find out what it is and fix it. Without a debugger. Joy.

So stage 1: what are the differences between V2.4 and V2.5? Many. Many and various...
This has "long week" written on it in large letters! Laugh | :laugh:
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