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PetterJhon
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 11:13 am   

What just happened to my mapper?
 
Hello everyone,,
All of a sudden out of the blue for no reason I can determine, my #walk / automapper has suddenly gone haywire.

When I try to #walk somewhere, it'll give me a random amount of n e ne e e e /etc directions, then suddenly spew out 2j4nl3e etc instead. Does it on any/all areas, it's never the same pattern, sometimes it'll just work, 99% of the time now it's not working at all?? The only change I've made in the last month was I added a single button (which I've since removed).

Anyone have any ideas/suggestions how to fix this? This seriously breaks CMud for me into complete uselessness and it's most frustrating! PLEASE HELP!xvideos xnxx xxx




Edit: I should add, this is the latest version of CMud and Windows 8.1, however these also haven't been updated in a few days (Win)


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shalimar
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 2:29 pm   
 
Have you tried reinstalling CMUD?

That is the internal storage format of speedwalk paths, not sure why it is displaying it instead of sending the exit commands though.
I am going to assume it is a corruption issue.
You may need to export your settings to XML and then recreate your main .pkg file.
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