Error message: Exception: vector<T> too long - anything I should be worried about?
I copied some source HTML into a new Notepad++ tab from a Firefox CTRL+U > ctrl+A > ctrl+C etc and a postage stamp size dialog popped up: Exception vector<T> too long [ok]
I’m not worried, should I be? TIA
welcome to the notepad++ community, @Cowboy-Bob
i’ts nothing to worry about.
this message is usually caused by the DSpellCheck plugin on documents with very long lines without line breaks.
plugins > dspellcheck > spell check document automaticallyand retry.
if this does not solve it, make sure you update to dspellcheck 1.4.9 or 1.4.10.
if this message still appears, please uninstall dspellcheck as a last resort.
Thanks, At first I thought since this has only happened this once, for now I’ll just push the [ok] button. But your answer also prompted me to look at what I’ve pasted in and see if anything stands out.
Some background: The “crtl+u” source is from a bank debit card site list of transactions, a register, normal stuff. What’s interesting is the generated source has everything on the page except for the register. Like, a transaction for Dominos appears on screen, but search the code and no Dominos.
Y’know, turning off the spell check might be the ticket! If I settle this I’ll re-post with a brief account of the status.