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Evil_Jedi

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#1 12 years ago

I made a fairly big map, and spent 5 or 6 hours on it, only to find out it was too small when I compiled it. I then saved it, deleted the entities, and saved that under a different name. Then I got a new file and loaded the map with no entities (except doors and triggers, do these affect anything?). Next, I used the scaling tool to make it all a bit bigger, but I got this error: (process:880):Gtk-WARNING(recursed) **: A tag named 'black_foreground' is already in the tag table. aborting... I hit OK Runtime Error! Program: C:\Program Files\GtkRadiant-1.4\GtkRadiant-1.4.0.exe abnormal program termination I hit OK again The instruction at "0x006ba49c" referenced memory at "0x45088000". The memory could not be "read" Click OK to terminate the program Guess what I did? I hit OK. Guess what happened? The program got terminated. Do I have to remake the whole map or is there some way to fix this?




Evil_Jedi

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#2 12 years ago

Does this mean I have to restart now? :(




Omegasigma

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#3 12 years ago

I had a model that did this same thing, the modle ws made in milkshape, big problem there, however i suggest you go threw your map in radient and look for problems first. sometimes it the most basic stuff




Evil_Jedi

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#4 12 years ago

There aren't any that I can find, no leaks... But there is a part where I'm using the korriban/chain texture, and when I played it it gave errors. I'll try deleting that and I'll see if that made a difference.




Evil_Jedi

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#5 12 years ago

Didn't work... :(

However, sometimes it just says the "GTKRadiant 1.4.0 has generated errors and will be shut down by Windows, etc." instead of the errors i posted earlier.