launch Project Dogwaffle, you see a warning
popup message like this one:
When a session of PD is closed abnormally,
or on rare occasion even upon normal termination,
it may at the time have several floating
subwindows running. Some of these are running as
their own process. PD normally tries to close
these floating windows too, but if that fails, you
may be left with some processes that are still
running (albeit they may not do much). When a new
session of PD is then launched, it may detect the
presence of these processes and think there's
another session of PD still running.
The easiest way to solve this is to reboot the
If you don't want to go through the extra time to
reboot, use the Task Manager to identify processes
that may have been left there, such as
BrushManager, StoredImage or similar. If you're
not sure, don't mess with it, best is to reboot.
Or, you could contact us: send us a screen capture
of the currently running processes and we may be
able to help and tell you which processes to kill.
Of course, that will take longer than just