well, i tried to test my project, it was working fine, i added a new object, and the game crashed twice. i reloaded mmf2, and now there are tons of my random things deleted, and alot of things are like bad objects or something? what's goin on?
i think it might've been this advanced math object, i thought i needed it for something, but i didnt, and just before this started happening i deleted it, and the object deleted, but the object is still there on the side window thing and wont go away.
if i re-make all the little items that went bad, will that be a waste of time or should i start the project in a differnt thing or what?
unfortuantly i haven't been backing them up. ive already fixed most of it, but i just want to be sure its not going to corrupt my file for good. ive got a new flash drive so i can keep updates once or twice a day on it.
nope, but i managed to fix it and i started backing it up on a flash drive. thank god that i always back up my images at least, and all the code was still in there, so all i had to do was put the images back in and shift the code over, and lucky that the only animated image were the doors.
yeah that keeps happening to me all the time.
To me it usually happens when, for no reason at all, MMF2 deletes some object and then replaces it with a bad object. My suggestion would be to create the missing object again and then replace the bad object with it (in the events editor)
You're right. But it doesn't seem to erase events when you just move the object to another frame. From my experience, bad objects sometime replaces the originals. I could be wrong, but it never happened to me again since I do the changes before moving objects away.
MMF goes crazy on me all the time. That's why I keep at least 3 autobackups.
At least it's not like when KNP went crazy. I lost a whole month of game on KNP, because the file went corrupt
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