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Stabilized Slope Selector Macro corrupts files

Started by tjkirk, March 21, 2012, 11:34:37 am

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tjkirk

Hi All,

Just wanted to see if anyone else has experienced the same issue. Placing the stabilized slope selector macro into a scene will corrupt a project file. I am unable to open any project file with the macro placed in it. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks a lot!

Richard

WizardExt

I just made a test and placed a Stable Slope Selector in a new project and saved. And you are right, I am unable to open it.

I have experienced corrupt files lately. And I have just started using Stable Slope Selector for that project. Replaced them with default Select Slope and haven't experienced corrupt files after that.

Good to read your post, so I could understand what caused it.

Stephen

Hi,

I just tested this with 2.3 beta-3 and can not replicate. Can you post the corrupted world file here, or email it to [email protected] if you want to keep it private?

Thanks,
-- Stephen Schmitt
- Creator of World Machine

WizardExt

Forgot to mention, I was using World Machine 2.2 when I replied and confirmed this issue.

I have now downloaded and installed the third beta of World Machine 2.3. I made the same test and the issue is no longer present.

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