For some time now I've updated Directory Opus hoping it will solve a persistent problem that occurs after I've restarted my PC. Basically Directory Opus at some point within a day or two of me restarting, will effectively hang completely (showing the Windows "(Not responding)" in the title). It can take any time from a few minutes to 30 minutes, and then it is all fine again. This usually doesn't recur, but will sometimes do so. While one window has got stuck, all the other Opus windows won't work either. I presume some lock internally gets stuck.
I originally thought that it might be a disk hanging or something, but all other applications carry on working, and I can open a normal Explorer window and go to the same place and carry on working (just not half as efficiently). I upgraded to the latest yesterday, and it is, today, hanging as I type, so I figured I'd file a report.
What I'd like to know is if there is any sort of logging available to get a detailed view of what it is doing. I hope that I can then look at the log, and see that there is a large gap after it said "opening blah" and "reading blah" or some such that I can then pass on, or realise that it is looking for a server that hasn't existed for a decade. But without logging, I can't resolve it.
I look forward to learning how I can debug this, and live a pause free life. Thanks. Matthew