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Old 12-09-2005, 07:03 PM   #1
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I'm having a problem with a RoT 1.4 codebase that everytime a mob is created and then killed without a copyover first it crashes so hard it hurts. Was wondering what the fix was for this one.

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Old 12-10-2005, 03:18 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by (Dragil @ Dec. 09 2005,20:03)
I'm having a problem with a RoT 1.4 codebase that everytime a mob is created and then killed without a copyover first it crashes so hard it hurts.  Was wondering what the fix was for this one.
Doctor: Hello, what seems to be the problem?
Patient: I'm not really sure, doctor. I've been getting a severe pain in my shoulder.
Doctor: Oh, what's the pain like and when do you experience it?
Patient (raising arm): The pain is horrible. Whenever I raise my arm like this, I get a sharp shooting pain throughout my entire shoulder. OW! See? What should I do to keep it from hurting like that?
Doctor: Don't raise your arm like that.

Sounds like you've identified the problem and a fix for it. Code-wise, I can't help you as I'm unfamiliar with RoT 1.4 (and an all-around coding idjit in general), but it seems like a relatively easy problem to avoid until you figure out a fix, whether it be by yourself or via assistance.

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