1) Is this the right way to report a bug?
2) I have 64-bit Win7 Thinkpad XT220 and am seeing temporary "not responding" messages from Win7 that clear up after R5 finishes doing something. I'm guessing it's a bug, but what additional data is needed other than "when I run the python editor"?
That doesn't mean anything. My guess is Windows has a threshold timer set for an application to reply back. When Rhino has handed control off to another process like the Python editor or to a plug-in, it will just wait and Windows gripes that it hasn't heard back from the host application.
For these sorts of reasons, I run a Desktop Gadget called All CPU Meter that gives me graphical feedback of what my processor cores and memory are doing. Then I can tell if the computer is busy or not without regard for Windows' sometimes inadequate monitoring tools.
I don't see it with other apps unless they are on the verge of locking up and Win7 throwing that "the application has stopped, what would you like to do" message. It took long enough for the Python editor to come up that I almost killed Rhino5 assuming it had died.
I have done nothing since launching the Python editor and I'm now getting a Win7 message saying that the app is not working and choices of Check Online for a Solution, Close the Program or Debug the Program.
If I just paid a grand for this app, this error is not my fault and needs to be debugged.
Win7An unhandled exception occurred, #15880. Dev studio flashed something about a graphics problem then went into default mode.