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From: ferghal
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Sent: Wed, 28 Jun 2017 16:26:27 -0700
Subject: Error updating progress

Question:

What should I do if I see an error like this?

"Error updating progress
Abstract Error"
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SuperMemo 17 (Build 17.11, Jan 31, 2017)
Time: Jun 27, 2017, Tue, 15:32

Answer:

This error should be harmless. Please restart SuperMemo and Windows.

More details:

  • Error updating progress is reported by SuperMemo while displaying the progress box. Abstract Error is reported by Delphi. Abstract error occurs first and may have multiple reasons (incl. transient memory corruption). For more see this text
  • Error updating progress shows when something wrong occurs during a long process that requires showing a progress box. If there are not other errors at the same time, it is probably likely to be harmless, however, restarting SuperMemo, or even Windows, is recommended.
  • this error has been reported 3 times thus far (twice for SuperMemo 2002, once for SuperMemo 2004). This is the fourth case
  • the abstract error may occur in any context in SuperMemo, which may indicate it is not caused by SuperMemo itself:
    • Error processing escape code
    • Error setting focus on HTML component
    • Error destroying components
    • Error updating progress
  • see also: Abstract error setting focus on HTML component

technical

full error message:

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"Error updating progress
Abstract Error"

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Element: 32726: second edition. 2012. Matthew Frei. Lynda Berends. Pauline
Kenny. Amy Swan. Linda Jenner. Barbara Hunter. Janette Mugavin. Alcohol and
Other drug. withdrawal:. Practice .
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--------------------ELEMENT CONTENT
second edition
2012
Matthew Frei
Lynda Berends
Pauline Kenny
Amy Swan
Linda Jenner
Barbara Hunter
Janette Mugavin
Alcohol and Other drug
withdrawal:
Practice Guidelines
Copyright C 2009 State of Victoria.
2nd edition printed 2012.
ISBN: 978 1 74001 001 6
Reproduced with permission of the Victorian Minister for Mental Health.
Unauthorised reproduction and other uses comprised in the copyright are
prohibited without permission.
Copyright enquiries can be made to Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre,
54-62 Gertrude St, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065, Australia.
Published by Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Eastern Health.
The Alcohol and Other Drug Withdrawal: Practice Guidelines 2009 were funded
by
the Mental Health and Drugs Division of the Department of Human Services.
The
second edition has been completed with support from Turning Point Alcohol
and
Drug Centre.
The responsibility for all statements made in this document lie with the
authors.
The views of the authors do not necessarily reflect the views and position
of the
Department of Human Services.
The correct citation for this publication is:
Frei, M., Berends, L., Kenny, P., Swan A., Jenner, L., Hunter, B.,  (World
Health Organization, 2004)
>> The American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
of
Mental Disorders, 4th edition (DSM IV-TR; (American Psychiatric Association,
2000)
Both definitions are considered appropriate for use in these Guidelines.
2.1 ICD -10
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) includes definitions
of
dependence and withdrawal as follows:
A cluster of physiological, behavioural, and cognitive phenomena in which
the use of a substance or a class of substances takes on a much higher
priority for a given individual than other behaviours that once had greater
value. A central descriptive characteristic of the dependence syndrome is
the desire (often strong, sometimes overpowering) to take the psychoactive
...
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