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  • Game crash when loading last game while FMRTE is on and players/staff freeze activated

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    Alec
    Priority: Undefined Edition: FMRTE 20

    I only started using the freezing recently.

     

    I noticed that since then, when I reload last game, the game will crash more than half the time while loading.

     

    I have since tried troubleshooting and found that it does not happen if FMRTE is not on or if I turn off the freezing.

     

    20.2.3 Build 19



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    Hi @Alec,

     

    Just to check if I understood your scenario.

     

    You have FM and FMRTE running, then for some reason, you choose to reload your last savegame, is that it?

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    Yup that is correct. Sometimes reload some RNG draws 😂

     

    I also assume FMRTE is needed to be loaded and running for freezing to work right?

     

    I have since just always close FMRTE first before reloading to avoid the crashing error in the main game, but it would be great to not have to do it 😀

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    When you have players/staff frezed, FMRTE is always restoring those players attributes. 

     

    If you reload your game without closing FMRTE, then FMRTE might try to players attributes, but as the game changed and FMRTE isn't aware, it might corrupt the game, that's why you get some crashes.

     

    I'll see if there is anyway to improve this, but to be safe, it's better to close it while the game is reloading

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