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[Info needed] Copy and Paste of Previous Bug

Discussion in 'Sound, Music, Audio, & Instruments' started by Destep, Mar 10, 2018.

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  1. Destep

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    This is a copy and paste from R50. Still having the same issue. Updated "Debug" string.

    Everything works normally in Linux. Switched to Windows for a bit, and noticed I can't use my Fleet Flute. Tried all manner of instruments, multiple .abc files and sheet music that I know worked in the Linux Client. Tried making fresh copies of sheet music. Even tried the Brittania one. Tried setting Sota compatibility to "Start as administrator". Nada. Also, client states,"'Player' started playing 'Harry Potter Theme'." For example. Verified Linux Client is A-Ok. Just Windows.

    3/11/2018 6:03 PM
    Title:Instruments not playing
    Reproduction Rate:100%
    Blocker?No
    Details:All instruments pull up, as if starting to play. But nothing more.
    Steps to Reproduce:Using Sheet Music or /play <Music.abc> command
    User Specs:
    OS: Windows 10 (10.0.0) 64bit
    CPU: AMD FX(tm)-6350 Six-Core Processor (6) System RAM: 16353
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 GPU RAM: 4063
    SotA.EarlyAccess.LIVE.Win.64.728.Date.01.30.18
    Area: Novia
    Area Display Name: Novia
    Loc: (365.0, 19.5, 71.0)
    Debug: UE9UX3N3YW1wX21ldHJvcG9saXNfMDFfdGVtcGxhdGV8QnJpdHRhbnkgRm9ydHwoMTM2LjkwMiwgMzguMTA3LCAyODQuNDc1KXwoMCwgLTEsIDAsIC0wLjAzKXw1MzYuODMyMnwxNS4xOTQ1MXwzLjM5MjU2Ng==
     
  2. scroda

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    Just wondering, have you fully reinstalled the game or verified integrity of files if it's steam?
     
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    @Destep
    Tagging you so you see Scroda's response. I think this is going to require some technical troubleshooting for that specific machine. I am not able to repro this.
     
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