What kind of an answer is that. I have the same issue and have searched the bug database with no success.
Is there any information on this issue or not?
If there is no information matching this as a fixed issue then its not a known issue that has been fixed.
I have the same issue and have searched the bug database with no success.
No you haven't. Because the information is there. Of course for 3.2.5 it on sourceforge
It is also in the release notes.
I encounter the same issue here. Could anybody give me a link where ot look?
Or tell me what could be the problem?
Come on, I wasn't prepared to answer this question 3 years ago when 3.2.5 was only 2 years old.
Why ask about potential bugs in very old versions that are probably already fixed
in the latest version?
Try the latest version (or at least a more recent version that is not 5 years old).
If you've still got a problem then it might be interesting.
And you can search the release notes just as well as I can to find the fix
so don't waste time asking people to act as human search engines.