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[ 1.186.5 ] Grid explodes after loading save file

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by Zerg, Jun 3, 2018.

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  1. Zerg Trainee Engineer

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    Reproduction Rate: 5 of 5
    Affected Version: 1.186.500

    Reproduction steps:

    1. Load save file (Mods not applicable to grid with issue, and occur without mods loaded.)
    https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1402064342

    Observed behavior:

    Immediately after loading, the Grid explodes.

    Expected behavior:

    The grid does not explode.

    Notes:


    Here is an old request for a similar problem

    Reproduction Rate
    : 10 of 10
    Affected Version: 1.185.901

    Reproduction steps:

    1. Load save file http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1274386912


    Observed behavior:

    Immediately after loading, the Grid explodes.

    Expected behavior:

    The grid does not explode.

    Notes:
    In the original it was a game of survival on a planet of aliens with 2 mods
    Beton Concrete ( SKBN adjusted ) http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1138371123
    Spiral Stairs http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1195777543
    I was trying to load the save file without mods, but I got the same result.

    Zerg, Jan 19, 2018
     
  2. Zhiila Tester Staff

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    Hi,

    It could be caused by unsafe values on rotors/pistons. Can you also upload the blueprint? Since it immediately explodes after load, I am not really able to check it's settings.

    Thanks!
     
  3. Zerg Trainee Engineer

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  4. Zhiila Tester Staff

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    I am not really sure how it is supposed to work but you should try to turn off ''share inertia tensor'' as it is not safe setting and can cause unexpected behaviour. Right now I am not able to test it because another issue is blocking me, I believe I will be able to further test it in few days but with unsafe values it's not an issue.
     
  5. Zerg Trainee Engineer

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    The mechanism work fine (with turn on ''share inertia tensor'') during the game, problem in save file or it initialization. As you say I try turn off ''share inertia tensor'' before saving and during work, I try turn off grid power before saving and etc and after several hour testing I got the same result - sometime grid explode even with turn off ''share inertia tensor''.


    How mechanism work

    1. Load working save file https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1404957244
    2. Do remote control to the mechanism
    3. Recompile program block PB_1. Because it never properly initialized after the loading. Now mechanism ready for work.
    4. Do step back (toolbar = 1, item = 3)
    5 Do step forward (toolbar = 1, item = 2)
    6 Save file. Sometimes this actions enough to explode the grid after loading, sometimes I do one or several step forward with drilling (toolbar = 1, item = 1) and after that save.

    Program block command line:

    "OneStepBack" - do one step back
    "OneStepForward" - do one step forward
    "Drill10" - do one step forward with drilling

    I hope this information will be helpful
     
  6. Zhiila Tester Staff

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    So I reproduced it even with safe values and reported it into the system. :p Thanks for detailed steps to reproduce, it was really helpful.

    Now someone just need to look at it to find out how serious issue it is and how long it takes to fix it.

    Thanks once again!
     
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