Windows Thread, Blackcat Logo - Runtime Error in Technical; I'm getting a runtime error when pupils try and use Blackcat Logo.
It works fine when logged in as administrator ...
11th March 2010, 02:21 PM #1
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Blackcat Logo - Runtime Error
I'm getting a runtime error when pupils try and use Blackcat Logo.
It works fine when logged in as administrator but it comes up with this error when logged in as pupils:
Program: C:\Program Files\BlackCat\Logo\Logo.exe
Abnormal program termination.
It's doing it on all of the computers.
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20th April 2011, 12:13 PM #2
I too have just started getting this message from a program we had built and tested and then deployed and tested approx 2 weeks ago, below is the error.
I am wondering if it is a WSUS update that has killed it?
Runtime Error CC4.jpg
Will investigate further and see what I come up with.
20th April 2011, 01:04 PM #3
users dont just need write/modify access to the blackcat folder do they?
20th April 2011, 04:26 PM #4
I found Blackcat Logo to be too much of a pain to continue with.
Discouraged my teachers from using it in favour of the excellent Turtle in Textease Studio CT. However, if you don't have that option I seem to recall that there was a patch available.
I believe that the superb Wiltshire based Sherston company now holds the rights to Blackcat and if their Technical Team can't fix any software problem then I'd be amazed.
20th April 2011, 06:43 PM #5
Update on earlier post
Happy to report it is a DotNet problem which I have now resolved yehaa!!
Have good evening everyone.
Going home now bye
15th June 2012, 12:35 PM #6
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Can you share how you got this working?
I have come accross the exact same issue and Shareston have advised simply "it will not work with Windows 7".
I do have the option of Textease turtle or other online resources but the school want to stick with what they know.
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