System is in need of medication

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System is in need of medication

Postby Iain Hall » Fri, Aug 07 2009, 2:48PM

went to edit a cabinet go a bunch of countertop underbody error screens eventually it got to editor I did my thing and this is what I had after returning to custom layout
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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Paul Ellis » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 3:24AM

You are certainly going to use a lot of material to build that beast! :joker: :beer:
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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Nick M Singer » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 7:08AM

Dont jest so Paul, can't you see the man is in pain?
Iain that problem screams graphics card or some such error. What are your system specs

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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 7:20AM

Iain,

There is some kind of bug that happens after you add countertops. It happened to me again yersterday. Luckily I was able to delete the offending countertops etc. that were created. Many times you can't.

Send the job to the eCabinets guys.

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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Paul Ellis » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 7:37AM

Nic,
I can feel his pain...but laughter is the best medicine (or so I heard!)

A few years ago I saw a program where they built a house and furniture, bics etc so that proportionally it is as big for adults
as normal sized furniture would be for kids. I think that beast must be a remnant of that experiment that leaked out (or in).
I mean, in programming you sometimes get a memory leak and it could very well be that! :joker:

Hope it gets resolved!
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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Nick M Singer » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 11:24AM

Howzit Paul. looks like we are really hammering the Aussies Hey!!! Go Bokke! I think Kerry is probably right, the countertop editor part of eCabs is K*k

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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Iain Hall » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 11:54AM

Is it possible that Dan does this on purpose to he swoop in a fix things fueling a hero complex. Just bugging ya Dan I would be lost with out you, you are my hero. I solved problem things are good can't say the same for the laptop seems to have suffered a horizontal drop for some distance.
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Re: System is in need of medication

Postby Peter Walsh » Sat, Aug 08 2009, 2:13PM

Iain,
Looks like your system used a cabinet for a floor image. Weird.
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