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HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: cookie80 (---.demetec.net)
Date: Thursday, 06-Aug-2009, 09:31:15

Hello!

I was not able to find information about the use of the HtmlEditor component under Windwos Vista 64 Bit.
My problem is, when I try to start an application that includes HtmlEditor I get an errormessage (BadFormatException). Does anybody know how to get around this problem?

Re: HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: Jess (---.win.be)
Date: Monday, 15-Feb-2010, 11:50:47

I have the same problem with Windows 7 64 bit.
Any suggestion?

Re: HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: liao (---.252.135.219.broad.gz.gd.dynamic.163data.com.cn)
Date: Wednesday, 24-Feb-2010, 05:16:48

x86 or anycpu

Re: HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: Tim (Moderator)
Date: Thursday, 04-Mar-2010, 21:04:46

liao is correct - build the project for x86.

Tim

Re: HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: roman (207.136.182.---)
Date: Wednesday, 21-Apr-2010, 12:47:08

Hi all,
building the project for x86 or anycpu completes but when opening the build application it throws the error message.

Could not load file or assembly 'HtmlEditor, Version= 1.0.2507.22852,Culture=neutral, publickey=null' or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.


do you have an idea how to solve this?

thanks!!!

Re: HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: roman (---.pools.arcor-ip.net)
Date: Tuesday, 27-Apr-2010, 10:20:13

This is really urgent. someone with an idea please.

thanks

Re: HtmlEditor and Windows Vista 64 Bit
Posted by: Tim (Moderator)
Date: Tuesday, 20-Jul-2010, 09:04:37

Is the HTMLEditor project itself set to x86?

Can you clean up any existing binaries?

I've used it for years on 64-bit with no issues, provided it targets x86.

Tim



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