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I am new to Godot and Programming. So, I begin learning with Dodge The Creeps and I came across the problem that Mob’s animation wasn’t playing because “Playing” checkbox was unchecked. So, I checked the box and tried to save the scene. However, it manually asked me to save scene and I tried to save the scene and a confirmation box popped up “File exist. Overwrite?” and I saved the scene which caused a crash in Godot and it corrupted the scene. I am glad that I already made a backup of the project. I even tried saving scene with different name but nothing changes. Can anybody help me to fix it?
Just wondering, were you trying to save the scene with the game running?
exuin | 2021-04-22 14:50
Sorry for the late reply. No, I saved when game was not running. I have noticed that this crash happens when I try to save and overwrite existing scene with little or no changes.
ÆÜĞH | 2021-04-23 04:54
That’s a weird error. Does it still occur when you upgrade to 3.3?
exuin | 2021-04-23 05:04
Try running Godot from command line with
-v flag. It might give you additional information when Godot crashes again.
.\Godot_v3.3-rc9_win64.exe -p path_to_my_godot_projects -v
avnih | 2021-04-23 08:01
I fixed it. I surely don’t know how I fixed it.
ÆÜĞH | 2021-04-23 11:45
Hi, I have the same problem!!
every time I try to overwrite a file the project saving screen gets too 100%, freezes, and then crashes. I tried to save the file as a different name, but when I deleted the old ones, the new ones broke and couldn’t be loaded anymore. This is a really annoying problem and a solution to this would be awesome as I can’t really continue my game with this problem.
SpaceInvader | 2021-08-15 17:09