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Offline CalabTopic starter

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I have a rev 6a Amiga 500 with a 512K RTC expansion and a PiStorm and KS 3.2 ROM. 1meg of ChipRAM and 128meg of FastRAM. I just did a fresh installation of AmigaOS 3.2 yesterday. The machine was working fine.

Today I started some simple installations and customization. Now when I right-click -> Execute command, nothing happens. Same with a right-click -> Information or right-click -> New Drawer. I'm sure other functions are broken as well.

I've attached a couple images of what SnoopDOS shows when I try to execute a command or get information for an icon.

Since yesterday (when everything was fine) I have done the following:
- Changed from NTSC to PAL monitor
- Changed the fonts, color palette and overscan
- Changed my locale to Canada with -7 time zone.
- Changed my Workbench patterns.
- Installed LHA, Dopus v4.16, AWeb, WHDLoad and Next.

That is ALL that I have done. What did I do to break the OS? How can I fix it?
 

Offline QuikSanz

Cybergraphics on 3.2? Not sure about that...

Chris
 

Offline CalabTopic starter

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Very oddball... After working on the machine for a while, everything started working normally again. I don't recall doing anything that might fix it - not even a reboot.

 

Offline Firestone

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It's because you installed AWeb.
AWeb installer overwrites the new reaction gadgets and classes.
Check for duplicates in in LIBS: and Sys:classes

AWeb may have overwritten them, or placed additional classes/gadgets in the LIBS:-drawer.
I think window.class is the main problem here.