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Post » Thu Jan 03, 2008 6:14 am

[quote="Drasa":1l3vxc6u]I experience a new crash!

When I just open the picture editor three times, it crashes. If I open the editor by double-clicking on a sprite, a normal windows crash message appears. If I open the editor clicking on a frame in the animation bar it first shows error message "R6025 -pure virtual fuction call", then "picture editor crashed, please report this to scirra" and then normal windows crash message.

This crash makes using construct pretty much impossible, or uncomfortable, at least. Please fix it quickly :/.

Edit: Does anybody else experience this? I just thought 'cause nobody has been talking about this crash and it's pretty obvious.[/quote:1l3vxc6u]

I still get this every time, only instead of opening the editor three times, I can open it ten times before it crashes.

I have no idea what's causing it, and apparently Ashley has made a fix that fixes it for some people, but I still get the crash every time. I keep hoping with each new release it'll be fixed :(
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Post » Thu Jan 03, 2008 2:37 pm

Sweet. I hope you find my code ok and it goes in soon.

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Post » Fri Jan 04, 2008 5:57 pm

Interestingly, the 'if I drag things around in the event editor, Construct crashes' bug is back in this version. It seemed to be fixed in .88, but now I can't reorder anything without it crashing on me again.
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Post » Sat Jan 05, 2008 6:24 pm

3D box doesn't make workspace black, but when i try to run it, the program crashes with this dialog box:


I hope it's going to be fixed.
And i made physics demo with 3d box object and it's still working.
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Post » Sat Jan 05, 2008 11:08 pm

Woops, made a mistake in the code for that... it's fixed in 0.9!
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