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FM Pro 3 type 11 error after find

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Is there some bug in FM Pro 3 that causes it to crash under system 7.5.5 on a PM 8500 if you try to do a find when no criteria have been entered?

I recently down-loaded the Apple Spec DB and there is a section in there where I constantly get a type 11 after a dialog box that says something to the effect of "No criteria have been define for this request".
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Many a times a reproducible creash on a Type 11 error message is caused by a memory leak.
You may need to obtain the latest update for FMP3.0. I is currently at version 3.0.4. The patch available at Claris' website can update any version 3.0 or greater.

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