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Help fellows, my editor got so many times crash and back to the desktop after the update to 2.006, when I deleted the template in the view port

Is that because of the memory problem or other reason? I have already re-installed the game, but this still come again and again.

 

Some one also met this problem? Any solution?

 

Thanks!

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Idem. Most of all, editing Scenary.

Yes, nothing wrong when delete the airfields, bridges, and train stations, only crash when delete the towns

Also it's ok when delete 1 or 2 towns, but will crash when delete the 3rd or 4th one.

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I went from pretty much zero crashes to somewhat frequent crashes in the editor.

It's definitely less stable now.

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Yes. I have the same problem. If i delete one town, nothing happens. But when I try to delete several cities, the editor stops working. Unfortunately, I do not know what to do. When creating missions can not let the whole map filled with all objects.

 

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The editor now doesn't like it when you delete anything that's been selected on the screen.

Go to the mission tree and right click/delete from there. This avoids the crash.

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The editor now doesn't like it when you delete anything that's been selected on the screen.

Go to the mission tree and right click/delete from there. This avoids the crash.

The editor also doesn't like me to delete from mission tree, lol

Editor still crash...

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Go to the mission tree and right click/delete from there. This avoids the crash

 

Yup, this works for me too.

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Same crash for me when trying to delete things (even in the tree) :(

 

AND, when i select File/New, it crashes also.

With this message :

 

Runtime error

Program:battle of stallingrad

R6025

-pure virtual function call

 

So basically, I cannot create any missions any more at all.

 

(I am using the latest il2 vrsion dx11)

Edited by dapits

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I have the problem and can reproduce it, I reported it.

 

@Dapits, you can create, but you have to delete object by object, it takes more time, but you can work.

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I have the problem and can reproduce it, I reported it.

 

@Dapits, you can create, but you have to delete object by object, it takes more time, but you can work.

Thanks for the reply.. :)

 

I found a temporary solution by removing every missions from my mission folder when i want to create a new mission.

Because when i open the editor, it has no choice but being in a new mission environment.

 

Then i put all my old missions back in the folder.

 

It works but it is a pain in the neck..

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Having got back from Christmas holidays yesterday, and starting some Mission Editor work today, I too am cursed by the crashing ME. Deleting almost any group (even small ones) does it for me. Seriously annoying!  :dash:

Edited by No601_Swallow

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I found today that if you have any other group set as working, you can delete the non-selected group in the mission tree without a crash usually. I still had multiple crashes today though when deleting or pasting things on the map. Very annoying.

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I have to ungroup things before deleting them. Thats my only workaround.

not work for me, still crashing, lol

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If you want to avoid a crash, you have to delete object by object (i know it can take a long time), or wait the next patch.

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