project error since updateing to r192 from 190

  • Problem Description

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    Construct 2 Check failure

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    Check failure! This is probably a bug:

    Plugin of non-world type specified 'rotatable'

    Condition: !(plugin_type == era::pt_objecttype && rotatable)

    File: Projects\ObjectType.cpp

    Line: 37

    Function: __cdecl ObjectType::ObjectType(class Project &,class ObjectFolder &,class Plugin *,const class std::basic_string<wchar_t,struct std::char_traits<wchar_t>,class std::allocator<wchar_t> > &,unsigned __int64)

    Build: release 192 (64-bit) checked

    Component: Construct 2 IDE

    (Last Win32 error: 0)

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    Abort Retry Ignore

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    if I hit retry, it opens

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  • Are you using any non-standard plugins?

    If not, can you re-create in a small .capx that we can test also?

    If it bugs out for us, then it would confirm the bug, and you could then post it in the Bugs section for Ashley to investigate.

  • okay, I discovered the error pops up when I try to add a custom plugin I made. It seems to be related with the plugin..

    Any suggestions on how to fix my plugin?- what does the error mean?

    plugin still seems to function correctly btw..

  • , okay, I found what was causing it..

    I had the rotatable property set to true in the edittime.js:

    "rotatable": true, // only used when "type" is "world". Enables an angle property on the object.

    for some reason it was creating the error. I don't know why.. so I set it to false, and now there is no error.

    btw, I never received that error in r190.

  • Closing as not a C2 bug, is a problem with your own plugin.

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