Just for feedback... I can open and use TopStyle 5. It just freezes on occasion when I am editing. I will try to pay closer attention to it when it fails -but- it seems like when I switch screens fastly. I was running in a VMware Vitrual Windows 7 which I updated to Windows10. TopStyle was already installed in Windows 7. I do not use the preview pane -and- I do NOT use Chrome so I don't believe it to be a problem. I will try the Settings Reset to see what that does.
Oh I also updated VMware from ver 10 to 12.
I dislike Uninstalling and Re-Installing programs to fix problems. Can I try that "hot-fix" without doing that?
By the by... I have TopStyle 5 installed on my Laptop which also had Windows 7 updated to Windows 10 and this was at the top level and NOT a Virtual. I can not remember it freezing but I am trying it now to prove one way or the other. Will let you know.
P.S. My son just got out of the hospital after a really bad motorcycle accident, So things may be a little more delayed than I usually am. However, I will
get back to you.
September 11th, 2016 - I said that I would get back to you and here it is; The one on my Laptop locked up also. I have some "Snippets" that I brought over from my "Homesite". I was putting in a reference to another site. My snippet for this is:
.onelinerBox /* a class */
border: 1px solid #AF9371;
color: #996633; /* Text color */
<span class="onelinerBox"> <a href="#top_ref" onclick="target='_blank';"></a> </span>
I was editing an HTML file with:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd
at the top. I clicked on the "href" portion of the snippet and got the tag inspector to show. I then clicked on the href in the tag and got it hi-lited and it showed the "#top_ref" which I hi-lited and did a Ctl-V which placed in an address that I had hi-lited in my Browser(Firefox) externally. I then clicked on one of the other items, randomly, in the "tag inspector" so that it would accept my Ctl-V value that I just placed there. I moved my mouse back to the document and that is when it went hazy and locked up with a small spinning circle for the cursor. It stay that way and now as I am typing this up it has unlocked itself and I can continue.
Hopefully, this will help. If not please ask and I will try other things to narrow down the problem.
P.S. --- I still use "Homesite".... a lot. It was/is the best HTML editor around. I use VMware in my Linux just so I can use your products for my WebPages. Thanks for all the good work. By the way, Homesite works in Windows 10. Only problem I have is; even though I close and dismiss a file, it reopens them when I reopen Homesite. Where is this information kept??