unfortunately I’m not sure the problem is solved. It might be fixed in the next version, or it might not.
When you wrote in Mantis, I thought I was able to reproduce it once, but it may have been another bug which I have now fixed, and which gave the same problem (kernel32 crash). (it was a stackoverflowexception).
So I don’t really know if I could reproduce it, therefore I don’t know if it’s fixed. If it’s not, I confess I don’t have a clue what else it could be.
Today we are going to release 1.3.0 and I’d appreciate if you’d let me know if its fixed.