bug when try open old project

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    Construct 2 Check failure

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    Check failure! This is probably a bug:

    Condition ID does not appear to exist in related behavior

    Condition: behavior_type->GetBehavior()->HasConditionID(cnd_id)

    File: Projects\EventCondition.cpp

    Line: 45

    Function: __thiscall EventCondition::EventCondition(class EventBlock &,class ObjectClass *,class BehaviorType *,int,class std::vector<class std::unique_ptr<class EventParameter,struct std::default_delete<class EventParameter> >,class std::allocator<class std::unique_ptr<class EventParameter,struct std::default_delete<class EventParameter> > > > &&,unsigned __int64)

    Build: release 127 (32-bit) checked

    Component: Construct 2 IDE

    (Last Win32 error: 0)

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    I cant send capx sorry

  • Closing, this is usually caused by buggy third party plugins, and without extra information we have to assume it's that.

  • Ashley can you write little more about this bug?

  • It's probably caused by third party plugins, that's all I can say.

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  • delgado

    Not sure if the following is of any help, but......

    You could try extracting the files from the .capx and opening up the .caproj in a text editor and see what plugins are used.

    Any ones that don't say "plugin author="Scirra"......" could be the culprit, and would warrant further investigation, possibly seeking out the author.

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