From what I can tell, this is for the password text box.
System.Text.EncoderReplacementFallback is VB .NET’s
PasswordChar that requires you to specify a buffer so that it can do its magic. Either you have a password that exceeds the text-obscuring function’s buffer limit @Wildman_Fujiami supplied, or it doesn’t support Unicode characters.
i dont have unicode charactrs in password, only ascii, whats wrong?
In that case, I’d vouch to say it’s the former.
(And hopefully there’s a better way of making text boxes use password characters in VB .NET)
I think that's the problem. Set English language for non-unicode programs.
How did it write like that?
hmm i tested aim phoenix on win with rus lang, and he don’t crashes