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  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by Majyk View Post
    Ardem just had a dump of us last session on Wed.
    Will ask if it was just a network issue that had us lose connectivity, or if a crash itself.
    Can you replicate it or provide me details of what you were doing at the time along with any extensions being used so I can try to track it down?

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  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    I've thought about it a bit more and had a discussion with someone who was playing at the time and was reminded of what I had said at the time; as soon as any rolls that required the Resolver started to take place, memory usage just kept on increasing and nothing would stop it. If we went for a time without any rolls, it would still keep increasing, and heavily roll intensive sessions would drive the number up quickly.

    That computer only had 6 gb of ram, and I remember FG would always hit 3 gb at crash. I had done everything I could to reduce memory usage; no tokens in the folder, no tokens shared, minimal maps etc... shared and unshared as soon as not needed, etc... but it never made a difference.

    This was the same computer I began using RMC on back in 2012 when I first bought FG... so it seemed like something had changed in how memory was being used/managed in the ruleset, but as I've said previously, on a new computer and I've yet to see any crashing (although I'm waiting for the ruleset to enter 2019 before I seriously begin to use it again).
    Thanks that helps. I've barely touched the table resolver since I took over the ruleset and unfortunately, it's the most complicated portion of the ruleset. I will see if I can track it down since it is likely to continue in a CoreRPG version of the ruleset.

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    Have not tested it out yet to see exactly what it was, but it was a mood dump. So upon changing the mood it crashed to desktop. We are playing FRP but FRP has no changes around the mood settings, so it be using FG/RMC code, also was using the Test version of FG and everyone else was using the Live version.

    I would not worry until I test it out, and figure out exactly what it was, I tend not to use Moods much. It was repeatable twice.

    It could be a bunch of things, so ignore for now till I sort out, if it was a FG test exe issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardem View Post
    Have not tested it out yet to see exactly what it was, but it was a mood dump. So upon changing the mood it crashed to desktop. We are playing FRP but FRP has no changes around the mood settings, so it be using FG/RMC code, also was using the Test version of FG and everyone else was using the Live version.
    Reported a couple of months ago and should already be fixed - see here (post #6 describes the issue and post #8 is where Dakadin says he thinks he's fixed it): https://www.fantasygrounds.com/forum...245-FG-Problem

    It was fixed in the March 12th update: https://www.fantasygrounds.com/forum...arch-12th-2019

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    Which I was running, but as I said ignore till I really look into it. Just not had the time yet.

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    Just thinking about the new version to be and wondering aloud about an improvement to the tables where Chaining rolls on tables for combat could be setup and auto “spit out” to the chat window.

    This would speed play even more - immensely so - and free up the GM from the tedious, repetitive task of looking up the result with a click, dragging the result to a crit table, copying the result, then pasting it to the chat window.
    There might even be another few steps in that process.

    Maybe for those that want more control, still have stops/pauses for GM interaction if they wish to edit DB modifiers with player-missed environment or situation mods, but otherwise let’r’rip for auto results being ported to the chat window with a single map icon/combat tracker targeted PC/NPC.

    Hopefully that is a dream that can become a reality for our poor beleaguered RM GMs.
    I think that would drive even more players in becoming GMs themselves for our favourite 40+ish yr old game!

    Heck, even if possible for this version, as an easy update in the backend!

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