This section is only relevant if you have set the Exception Reporting preference to Immediately if Appears Unhandled.
When Wing's debugger is running in this exception handling mode, it sometimes appears to reveal bugs that are not seen when running outside of the debugger. This is a result of how this mode decides which exceptions should be shown to the user -- it is inspecting exceptions as they are raised and making decisions about whether or not the exception is unexpected or part of normal operation.
You can train Wing to ignore unwanted exception reports with the checkbox in the Exceptions tool.
You can also change the way Wing reports debug process exceptions with the Exception Reporting preference.
For more information, see Managing Exceptions.
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