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Really for 72 QA, Lua on Mac looks for files in the wrong place

Discussion in 'User Interface (Including Launcher)' started by that_shawn_guy, Nov 8, 2019.

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    11/08/2019 20:50
    Title: Lua on Mac looks for files in the wrong place
    Reproduction Rate: 100%
    Blocker? much yes!
    Details: It's looks for /Applications/Shroud of the Avatar - Launcher(QA).app/Lua\BootStrap.lua. This is inside the application package and would break many things as this not the place for user created files. On a QA build, it should be looking for /Users/<userame>/.config/Portalarium/Shroud of the Avatar(QA)/Lua. I assume something similar happens on Linux.
    Steps to Reproduce:
    User Specs:
    OS: Mac OS X 10.14.6
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9980HK CPU @ 2.40GHz (16) System RAM: 32768
    GPU: AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20 GPU RAM: 4080
    SotA.QA.OSX.64.882.Date.11.08.19
    Area: POT_forest_metropolis_02_template/Crossroads Estates
    Area Display Name: Crossroads Estates
    Loc: (170.8, 45.7, -109.2)
    Debug: UE9UX2ZvcmVzdF9tZXRyb3BvbGlzXzAyX3RlbXBsYXRlfENyb3Nzcm9hZHMgRXN0YXRlc3woMTcwLjgyOCwgNDUuNjc1LCAtMTA5LjE3OSl8KDAsIC0wLjkxNywgMCwgMC4zOTkpfDEyMi43MzI3fDE4LjAxODE4fDEyLjA1MTQ0