Now, this is not really a suggestion, it's a bug report, but I thought it might not be worth starting a new thread, especially one suggesting that JSWED doesn't work perfectly.
After Windows 10 automatic update earlier this week (I think it was at the beginning of this week, or last weekend perhaps, so around the end of October 2017), JSWED 2.3.7 installled on my computer using Windows 10 stopped working. It launches so that its initial screen can be seen, but when I try to load a game it turns out to be frozen, it doesn't respond at all. I can't close it using its own X sign either. However, it can be closed down without any hassle using the Task Manager.
That Windows 10 update was a big one, the computer had to shut down and restart several times before it was over.
Interestingly, JSWED 2.2.9 installed on the same computer works just fine. But I've grown used to JSWED 2.3.7 so much by now that going back to 2.2.9 does not seem to be a viable option.
Both v. 2.2.9 and v. 2.3.7 had been installed on this computer before the Windows 10 update in question. They had co-existed happily (or, at least, peacefully) before. Now only 2.2.9 works.
I tried reinstalling the 2.3.7 version (without de-installing it first), but to no avail. I mean, it gets installed, but still doesn't work after I launch it.
I have yet to try de-installing it first, and then re-installing, but somehow I have little hope this will help.
Perhaps John Elliott could help out, though? Any assistance with having JSWED 2.3.7 work properly with Windows 10 after this recent update would be much appreciated .
Has anyone else had the same problem?
Edited by jetsetdanny, 03 November 2017 - 10:29 PM.