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'Could not convert variant of type (Dispatch) into type (Boolean)' >..pops up after splash has splashed > how to get rid of it?

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Hi all Experts!! In my applications popupmenu clicking the menuitem 'About' splashes my splashscreen > so far it works perfect > only right after (at least I pressume the 'splash1.free' frees the splash) it's freed (or perhaps before or while or in an attempt to > I'm not sure...;( it pops up the above messagedialog and it's fellow errormessage. I haven't got a clue as to where I should begin in order to trace down this 'feature' of my application but could do without the message ofcourse > IMHO > when all goes well I shouldn't be bothered by this visual pollution of my application > and since 1+1=2 I think > 'when' doesn't go all too well;)

But how do I 'free' my application from that message? (or simply have it stashed somewhere invisible for all I care > in case solving the problem which causes this message seems too illusive I might as well 'carry' it with me but then preferrably somewhere deep down in my pocket 'stead of on top of my application or the like...)

Tnx in advance I hope I described the problem accurate enough > if not then  JustSaySo; ok?

Regards and max respect to this forum!!

Peter
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