Right now, Versions doesn't bring back the inspectors automatically, but it may do so in the future. For now, bringing them back manually is the right thing.
As for the logging, it's a known OS bug, but is basically harmless.
On Aug 23, 2011, at 8:08 PM, Graham Cox wrote:
> My app has floating palettes.
> When I go to 'Browse All Versions...', these palettes get moved beyond the edges of the screen. When I come back from browsing the versions, the palettes are not there until I force then to show again using the controller's -showWindow: method - they come back in the right place however. In addition, I get this logged:
> Aug 24 12:59:44 Grahams-iMac Artboard <Error>: kCGErrorFailure: CGSDisplayID: App trying to enumerate [0 to CGSGetNumberOfDisplays()] instead of using CGSGetDisplayList(). Compensating...
> Aug 24 12:59:44 Grahams-iMac Artboard <Error>: kCGErrorFailure: Set a breakpoint @ CGErrorBreakpoint() to catch errors as they are logged.
> So I tried to set a breakpoint on CGErrorBreakPoint() as suggested, and it's never triggered. I can't find any reference to any of the mentioned functions CGSDisplayID, CGSGetNumberOfDisplays or CGSGetDisplayList, and I'm not using these directly anywhere.
> Any ideas?
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