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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000206||JamochaMUD||Other||public||2008-07-24 23:33||2008-10-07 03:34|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||3.6|
|Summary||0000206: Gags and Highlights settings not reloaded after upgrade|
|Description||When I ran 3.2 for the first time, the Gags and Highlights settings were not reloaded. After reseting them, I quit and relaunched. The G&H settings were gone, again.|
|Additional Information||Windows XP SP2|
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I haven't experienced this issue on my machine, but if you can check a few things I'll see if I can resolve the problem.
The Gags & Highlights are saved in a file called .trigger.rc which should be located in your anecho/JamochaMUD/plugins/TriggerDir directory (which itself should be located where-ever Windows saves user information... most likely "Documents and Settings/username".
Once you set-up the rules you can back-up this file to a safe location... that way at least until I've fixed the problem you'll only have to copy the file back and not recreate it each time.
When you've recreated the settings and then leave the G&H dialogue, can you then go back to the dialogue and the settings are still there? I'd like to determine if they're being lost in between JamochaMUD sessions or before that.
I could not find a .trigger.rc file
I did find the folder:
C:\Documents and Settings\user\anecho\JamochaMUD
which has a .plugins.rc file, but this appears to not have the actual trigger configurations in it.
I also found the folder:
C:\Documents and Settings\user\anecho\JamochaMUD\plugins\TriggerDir
but it is empty.
Something seems to be going wrong with the creation of the .trigger.rc file, as it should only exist in the C:\Documents and Settings\user\anecho\JamochaMUD\plugins\TriggerDir directory.
I'll check the code for fall-throughs.
||I have found that the settings do not get saved at all.|
||I've confirmed on a clean start the .triggers.rc file does not get created and does not seem to be saved.|
||The method to write the rules out to a file had been disabled during refactoring. This method should be functioning again.|
|2008-07-24 23:33||mm0qq||New Issue|
|2008-07-24 23:33||mm0qq||Status||new => assigned|
|2008-07-24 23:33||mm0qq||Assigned To||=> jeffnik|
|2008-07-26 19:15||jeffnik||Note Added: 0000177|
|2008-07-28 20:21||mm0qq||Note Added: 0000178|
|2008-07-30 13:44||jeffnik||Note Added: 0000187|
|2008-07-31 21:53||mm0qq||Note Edited: 0000178|
|2008-07-31 22:09||jeffnik||Note Edited: 0000187|
|2008-10-06 17:54||mm0qq||Note Added: 0000193|
|2008-10-07 01:19||jeffnik||Note Added: 0000194|
|2008-10-07 03:34||jeffnik||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2008-10-07 03:34||jeffnik||Fixed in Version||=> 4.9|
|2008-10-07 03:34||jeffnik||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2008-10-07 03:34||jeffnik||Note Added: 0000195|