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pixelplucker last won the day on August 23 2021

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  1. Program just quits out if I open from NAS drive. If I copy the prj over to local drive it opens fine. Think we narrowed it down to file path was too long when I first got 19p.
  2. Will opening files over network be fixed? In particular files that reside in a long file path. Causes crash here when I access them to my network drive.
  3. I had my retired brother who was in IT since the 80's take a look and he figured it out. I'm more of take a hammer to it kind of guy
  4. I believe it was the long file path name that caused it. Mapping the drive seemed to have solved it.
  5. Well copied all my files over to local c drive. I can open some of the mdl files but some crash AM. I cannot open any of the prj files without it crashing. Files created in the new version seem to open and save fine locally. Here is the error from the event viewer: Faulting application name: Master_64.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x6085510c Faulting module name: ucrtbase.dll, version: 10.0.19041.789, time stamp: 0x2bd748bf Exception code: 0xc0000409 Fault offset: 0x0000000000071208 Faulting process id: 0x1b70 Faulting application start time: 0x01d78ec7bc4479ef Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Hash Inc\V19.0\Master_64.exe Faulting module path: C:\Windows\System32\ucrtbase.dll Report Id: 492b889d-88e0-443b-97e4-6935c1611945 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
  6. No dump file Tried running as admin and still quits. I can't even open or import files over from the nas or it dumps out. So for now I'm copying all the textures and models over to the local drive. Very strange but leave it to me to break something lol.
  7. Nas stays on if that is what you mean. I don't know why AM 19.p is the only program I have that poops out when saving to it. Benefit of the NAS is I can access files over my network from different computers, ie create a cad file on one, pick up the stl on another to upload to 3d printer etc. An external hd has to be mounted and unmounted and moved computer to computer. Is there a log created if AM just quits out without an error message? If so maybe I can post that.
  8. I can't even just save out a mdl, it just quits out. My CD version 15 saves over the network just fine.
  9. Thought I posted a save bug but not showing. I have my work on a nas drive and unable to save directly to it from AM. If I do try AM just quits out without any error report. Possible permissions bug? Suggestions to fix?
  10. Working on a gadget that offsets the weight and transfers the force to the root. So my thought is to make a sweep like this wire sample with bones as shown then see if it reacts like the real world object. This would save me time and give me options to fiddle fart with proportions and offsets etc. If you bend a wire as shown you will see how it can hang straight out, more force the more stable it becomes. Something used in rigging when lifting objects up buildings.
  11. Can you simulate cantelevers in AM with the bullet physics?
  12. STL files only support single closed mesh geometry. An obj can have multiple mesh's in the same file. So unless you can make the model in one piece with 0 errors you may be better off with an obj.
  13. STL files are good for the single continuous geometry. When there are multiple objects and shapes that intersect then obj files work better for some slicing software. I remember formlabs software that uses meshlabs would cause grooves where you may have co-planer faces on the prints. Other oddities was hollows where shapes intersected each other. Obj format it was repairable within the application. Anyways if possible just make a clean model without errors if possible.
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