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I have a strange error that I haven't been able to fix, nor do I understand the cause.
I use Johto Map for my hack, and I have it linked to PKSV so whenever I use the "Decompile Script" button it opens an instance of PKSV and loads the script at whatever offset it is located. Last night when I was working on my hack just like any other night, I decompiled a script, made some changes to it, then and when I went to compile my modifications, PKSV locked up, and after a few moments Windows told me it had stopped responding and needed to close the program.
I have done a little bit of troubleshooting and found out that if I open PKSV as a standalone program (not opening it via the "Decompile Script" button in Johto Map) and edit scripts then compile them it works just fine. Just whenever PKSV is opened via Johto Map, the compiling of a script causes PKSV to lock up and force close.
The only thing I can think of for why a program would work perfectly for months then suddenly stop working is because of a human error, but I have not modified the settings of either Johto Map, PKSV, nor my ROM. Since the problems lies when PKSV is opened via Johto Map, I believe the problem is somewhere within Johto Map, but like I said, I never changed anything about it. It just decided to stop working after awhile.
Anyone else have this problem or know of a solution. Any ideas on how I might fix this. =\
I'm using a HP Pavillion dv7 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit Service Pack 1. Intel Core i5 @ 2.3 GHz, 8GB of Ram.
Now that I think about it, I did have the same error with decompiling scripts with PKSV before too. I believe I re-downloaded the program or it went off automatically later on. This was on Windows Vista btw.
Yet how it functions currently is not so bad is it?