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    Ruleset Warning: Anchored control static height ignored

    I encounter this error on the console very often. I am creating my one ruleset and I get this error. Is there any way for me to find which control is givin me this and how to solve it.

    Thanks

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    I have this problem as well. You don't see it though unless you manually open the console or some "red" error opens if for you. It's proving difficult to track down...
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    Find the Register.lua file and either edit it down to contain only {} or delete it entirely.

    This should help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberoten
    Find the Register.lua file and either edit it down to contain only {} or delete it entirely.

    This should help.
    That file does not exist in my ruleset, or the example rules (now that I look).
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    It is on the first level of your datafolder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberoten
    It is on the first level of your datafolder.
    That files does not exist on my computer. Do you mean "GlobalRegistry.lua"?

    If so, deleting that file didn't do anything. It just recreated it - errors still there.
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    Hmmm... Okay. I will look into this, tweak a bit on my own and if I find anything else that might work (or not as the case may be...) I'll post it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oberoten
    Hmmm... Okay. I will look into this, tweak a bit on my own and if I find anything else that might work (or not as the case may be...) I'll post it here.
    Oh, it's probably just me not using a tag properly. The character sheet was the first thing I did when I was making my ruleset, so it was early in the learning curve. I'm sure I'll stumble across it and it'll be something stupid.
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    I have had the same trouble... I managed to fix it once... Than noticed that I used the wrong template type for one of my fields; I corrected and now I am back to the red font of pain.... In my case it was a control static width not anchoring correctly; check to see if you are anchoring a field such as a modifier to a static string control.
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    I started this thread by I think I have the answer now. I had a page full of these warning.

    I have found that if in a template that I am using I have put the position tag with a lone position like below or right or left that I would get the error, but if I put righthigh or belowleft the warning will go away.

    I think the change may also be needed at the tag level in my sheet not just in the template. Maybe there is a problem in the position tag that it does not accept the lone version of the positions.

    At least for now I don't get the warning on my page.

    Hope this help

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