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12:03 AM
REFRESH!
[Minesweeper] 110 Games Played. 96 Bombs Used. 15832 Moves Performed. 6 New Users
 
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11:07 AM
I'm really thinking that "Power down over night and turn on in the morning" just isn't enough of a "reboot" to make Windoze happy.
Funny thing - on my home PC, I get a "restart to install updated" type of option. Here, not so much:
 
11:20 AM
now it's my goal to see how many "restart required" notifications I can get it to stack up. :D
 
11:57 AM
I think you should be able to force an updating restart using shift+LMB on the shutdown option, but don't quote me on that
 
Interesting. I wasn't aware of that. However, I've got a new life goal, so I'm not (ATM) interested in getting it to recognize my daily routine as a "reboot", and I'm not going to hit the "Restart" option either. ;)
 
 
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1 hour later…
7:18 PM
> @IvenBach clicking refresh again works for me
> @IvenBach clicking refresh again works for me, but agree it shouldn't be required
> @IvenBach clicking refresh again works for me, but agree it shouldn't be required

Edit:
I am doing a refactor rename from RD project explorer, so maybe it's different. But I still get "Ducky hasn't parsed anything yet" message in project explorer after the rename, even when I rename through Rubberduck - until the second refresh when it's fine.
> Could you possibly add a concrete example of what happens to your VBA and worksheet formula before and after? I'm struggling to visualise it sorry. (Ps I'm not an RD official maintainer/🦆, just interested)
> @retailcoder not sure if it's covered, but you know when you have a property get procedure which doesn't match the return type, and you try to view it in the locals window and VBE hard crashes, that would be fantastic to avoid
> @retailcoder not sure if it's covered, but you know when you have a property get procedure which doesn't match the return type, and you try to view it in the locals window and VBE hard crashes, that would be fantastic to avoid

Ref: https://stackoverflow.com/a/22798764/6609896
 
 
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11:48 PM
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] 1391 stars vs. [decalage2/oletools] 1674 stars
 

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