Gah, I'm getting tired of this... Damn Vista and Radiant...
It's becoming too tedious to move from my old computer to my new one now, thanks to the unexpected furniture move-in, and it has come to my mind that I make the attempt to try and fix whatever pointless problem is going on with this thing.
Now, here's my problem: Radiant, both of the two versions, will not save anything to my specified locations. Here is the problem in which it involves itself in within the stars (*):
C:/Program Files/LucasArts/Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy/Gamedata/base/maps/test*file_size: invalid path*
It does the same thing when I route the Engine Path over to the other Program Files (x86) directory (which I honestly think was one of the stupidest things you could do with a computer. I mean, why would they install TWO Program File folders!?). So, if anyone has any advice, please bequeath it to me so that I may continue my mapping with which most of you appear to have loved with my lasertag map... =_=
Vista's frickin retarded with all of the administrative crap. Try saving it to a folder in your documents and then transferring those to the desired folder manually from any administrative account.
Oh no, should have also said that it doesn't work like that either. XP But, no, it doesn't work that way either.
Oh. Well, hope you figure it out.
I use 1.5.0 and when I run it as admin with XP Service Pack 2 Compatibility, it works fine. Are you doing that too?
Yup, I'm using those exact specifics. Still does nothing...
Go through your Vista settings. Most people have issues with Vista due to it being a newer trend of updated OS. Best bet to save you a million man hours of headache. Virtual machine XP and just map that way if your to lazy to revert back to your old OS.
SP2 works just fine for me even on an updated 09 computer. Like Lucas, Bill tends to forget just cause it's new does not make it better. :uhm:
Well, trust me, I asked about installing XP, which I'm not lazy at all to do, in fact, I prefer XP over Vista, but I was notified that my computer might be damaged or something in the process.
So, how might I get to these settings on Vista, exactly?
I heard from a friend that if you create a blank .txt file and rename it to a .map file, you can save over it with Radiant. Does that help at all?
MooMooMonkey;4909497I was notified that my computer might be damaged or something in the process.
Who told you that...? The only thing I can see happening is you accidentally deleting a hidden hard drive partition (Dell uses a few).
Are you absolutely certain you are running the program as administrator? It sounds like the UAC is interfering, have you tried turning it off?