I have a problem. When ever I want to make any changes to my model, the whole application crashes. In fact, it does it everytime I use the update button in the 3D editing. Everytime it crashes, this line appears in the log:
[0503/100525:ERROR:audio_output_device.cc(377)] IO loop going away before the audio device has been stopped
Post by craftmasterandy on May 3, 2017 16:31:29 GMT
Hi Treeper -
Thanks for getting in touch with us about the bug you are experiencing. Can you please provide some more detail about your set-up:
- The CraftMaster Build ID (you can find this in the upper right hand corner of Help Window) - OS and version (Windows 7, 8, or 10 or macOS and version number)? - It may be a content specific bug...any chance you could share the actual model with us so we can try to reproduce it (you can e-mail it to email@example.com)?
I am sorry that I didn't answer. I found an other program that did exactly what I wanted. Also I already removed CraftMaster, but it was the most recent build you had for public download. I run Windows 10 64bit and the crash happend with multiple .obj 3D models. In fact, with all of them. There even was a problem with installing the drivers because the was a newer version. It was easilly fixed by removing the new driver and installing the required ones. Hopefully this will help you. Good luck! Your program has a lot of potential!
Cancel startup generation of maps (When I used it, it froze my computer. Had to force shutdown.) Import a model, I used Honda cr 250 from 3dWareHouse. (Downloading the model also crashed for me, it was right after I gave it a name) Once imported go to the 3D workspace and click on either Z Y X size's, Modify it then do the same to the next. When you modify a new one, the last one you modify gets cleared, as if its settings to an invisible 0 once you stop editing it. Once you finish editing the size, all 3 of them will be completely empty, I tried many differant values. When you hit update there is no variable in the size, so I assume thats whats causing it to crash.