An error occurs when launching a program that requires elevated privileges from Project Nelson or File Manager "Nemo".
|Bug report type||Non-fatal bug|
|Program affected||Project Nelson (v1.0 Build 019 and v1.0 Build 020)|
|Details||When you attempt to launch a program that requires elevated privileges from either Project Nelson, File Manager "Nemo" or SerachPN, one of the following occurs:
|Steps to reproduce||Under Project Nelson's Applications page:
|Workaround 1||Close the program. A dialog should appear reading "Windows detected that this program did not run correctly". Click Close, relaunch the program and try and launch the file that required elevated privileges again. The program should now launch correctly.|
|Workaround 2||Hold down <Ctrl>, <Shift> and <Esc> keys and release them. When Task Manager appears, click on the New Task... button. Enter the path to the program that requires elevated privileges, and click OK. Close Task Manager.|
|Workaround 3||(File Manager "Nemo") Launch File Manager Nemo and navigate to the folder which contains the file that requires elevated privileges. Right-click the file and click Run as administrator.|
|Workaround 4||(SearchPN) Copy the path of the file excluding the file name from the Full path label. Launch File Manager Nemo and paste the path into the Location dialog. Right-click the file that requires elevated privileges and click Run as administrator.|
|Status||FIXED in v1.0 Build 020 Update 1.|
|Bugs dependant on this bug||An error occurs when running Project Nelson for the first time under Windows Vista or 7, after which the program stops.|
An error occurs when StartupPN encounters a program that requires elevated privilages to run.
An error occurs when configuring applications or default programs in SettingsPN.