Uncaught Assertion Failed

  • Bug during runtime

    ____ Bug during runtime

    ____ After the last update I start having this bug, I dont know if it is only concidence. I notice that it only happens on levels that I have a physics behavior platform (ground), those levels were working great before the update. I believe it is something related to save/reload game instance.____

    ____

    Attach a Capx

    ____ https://ufile.io/spmjn____

    ____ Printscreen of the bug: http://prntscr.com/ioot4n

    Description of Capx

    ____ Replicate the error reported. ____

    Steps to Reproduce Bug

    • Step 1 - make your character die and then restart game
    • Step 2 - Start jumping around after restart, sometimes after restart it already bug.
    • Step 3 etc - then you have the bug.

    Observed Result

    ____ What happens? ____Bug Screen and after screen frozen

    Expected Result

    ____ What do you expect to happen? ____Physics behavior work as before.

    Affected Browsers

    • Chrome: (YES)
    • FireFox: (YES)
    • Internet Explorer: (YES)

    Operating System and Service Pack

    ____ Windows 7 SP1 ____

    Construct 2 Version ID

    ____ Construct 2 Release 255 64 bits - Personal License ____

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  • [quote:266mow6t] After the last update I start having this bug, I dont know if it is only concidence.

    It's not a coincidence. I tried your capx with 252 and 255. No problem with 252 but I get the error with 255.

    So it seems there is a problem with 255.

  • Asmodean that is a problem for me because I have a project almost ready to Export and now I will have to wait for the fix. I Hope Ashley can fix this issue as soon is possible.

  • You could go to an older release:

    https://www.scirra.com/construct2/releases

    and change the version of your capx.

    The capx is only a zip-file. You can unpack it (maybe renamoe capx to zip) and in the folder there is .caproj-file. Open it in an editor and change 'saved-with-version' to the version you have.

    Save it and now make a double click on the caproj-file it. C2 should open it now.

  • You could go to an older release:

    https://www.scirra.com/construct2/releases

    and change the version of your capx.

    The capx is only a zip-file. You can unpack it (maybe renamoe capx to zip) and in the folder there is .caproj-file. Open it in an editor and change 'saved-with-version' to the version you have.

    Save it and now make a double click on the caproj-file it. C2 should open it now.

    Please also remember to make a few backups before following Asmodean's advice.

    Always better to be safe rather than sorry.

  • Thanks Asmodean and zenox98 I will try that.

  • Thanks, should be fixed in the next release.

  • I just updated from 252 to 255 & my physics objects were throwing the same error. I thought my game was ruined. Or at least now in need of an overhaul. But I didn't even think of rolling back to 252 so I tried that and everything works again.

    Shit happens, especially with complex programs like Construct 2. So I guess I'll wait till 256 or higher and make sure it works at that point.

    Thanks to the thread and the Construct team for otherwise awesome work.

  • Ashley, thanks and thanks everyone.

    Ashley there is another bug I notice, it seems undo/redo is not working properly as before. Sometimes it does not undo the change you made. This is impossible to show you in a capx, you will have to verifiy it by yourself. If there is anything else I can help just let me know.

  • If there is a different issue, please file a new report following all the guidelines, otherwise it cannot be investigated.

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