oh... it's been a long time since I've had to deal with FBII specific problems, I seem to remember the need to put a WINDOW OFF statement at the start of your program to suppress showing off the Command Window. You might try that... On Monday, November 4, 2002, at 11:01 PM, Peuapeu@... wrote: > Hi out there! I'm running a large compiled FBII application on an > iMac with > OS8.6 that I've been incrementally modifying the last several months. > When > the application is run, a small dialog box is now "sometimes" > appearing that > says "Window #0, At Line #0". It has two buttons, STOP and CONTINUE. > If I > STOP the application simply quits. If I chose the CONTINUE button the > application freezes. Can anyone tell me what the appearance of this > dialog > box indicates? It's not one of mine. Does it suggest some type of > memory > corruption or improper passing of parameters perhaps or something > else? Is > there a preferred method of locating the bug causing it? Any advice > would be > appreciated. > ---- Scott Spencer SJ3 Solutions sj3@... "Mac OS X Solutions and Support"