No sooner had I installed the new service release for Time Matters 9 (SR1A) than I encountered an issue. The Alerts screen, which I use and show on program open, would cause a GPF as soon as it was closed. If you do not use Alerts, this might not make a difference but, if you do, this is a critical Time Matters function. The issue seemed to be unique to my user login.
If anyone else is encountering this issue, I can at least tell you what fixed it for me. Move the Alerts screen over without closing it. Normally, you cannot click anything without closing Alerts, but whatever is causing the error seems to make this possible. Under Workstation Station Level Settings, make sure that a login is required. Create a new user. Give the new user a simple user name like NU for new user or FU for fix user. FU seemed more appropriate based on my mood at the time. Copy all User Level settings EXCEPT “General” from the affected user to the new user. This is going to copy and preserve all of the important user level settings but, because General is not being copied, it will not copy the “Show Alerts” function, which seemed to be broken only for the affected user. Close the program and login with the new user. Copy all settings INCLUDING new non-corrupted General settings back from the new user to the affected user. Close and login with the original affected user. The affected user should now work.
Now, if I can just figure how to stop the calendar from going back to a one day daily view every time I save an event!