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killing Otter process problem

hi all, how are you ? well i hope with these hopeless coronavirus wich kill the party on the run

i've seen something that looks like à problem (for me, mays its a natural behaviour of e-lutra lutra)

- the process of Otterbro is ever in memory after been "quit" ? it prevent any modification in Otter without data dammage

i'm ever on win10

the installation of a new version of Otter needs to kill this process whatever Otter is closed...

then if you got some time, i do think that you should have a look onto...

see you all

thank a lot