ProppFrexx ONAIR quits with .NET Runtime error

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Re: ProppFrexx ONAIR quits with .NET Runtime error

Post by radio42 » 10 Feb 2020 18:45

No, as I still need the mentioned dump for the bass audio lib developer.

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Re: ProppFrexx ONAIR quits with .NET Runtime error

Post by phonic » 11 Feb 2020 19:36

radio42 wrote:
10 Feb 2020 18:45
No, as I still need the mentioned dump for the bass audio lib developer.
Yes, I was hoping to have got this dump file to you sooner, but for some reason it does not want to crash now I've running with crash dumps enabled.

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Re: ProppFrexx ONAIR quits with .NET Runtime error

Post by phonic » 12 Feb 2020 16:23

Just had a crash dump today at 12:36. I've sent the file via weTransfer to your e-mail address.

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Re: ProppFrexx ONAIR quits with .NET Runtime error

Post by radio42 » 13 Feb 2020 22:09

Many Thanks!
The audio lib developer seems to have found the issue and already fixed it.
You can download the fix here:
www.un4seen.com/stuff/bass.zip

After you unziped the file in an empty folder, close ProppFrexx and then please copy the file called "bass.dll" from the "x64" sub-folder to your original ProppFrexx installation folder - make sure to use the x64 folder! Then restart ProppFrexx.

If it is not that urgent you can wait til the next regular release, which will also include this fix.

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Re: ProppFrexx ONAIR quits with .NET Runtime error

Post by phonic » 14 Feb 2020 03:56

radio42 wrote:
13 Feb 2020 22:09
Many Thanks!
The audio lib developer seems to have found the issue and already fixed it.
You can download the fix here:
www.un4seen.com/stuff/bass.zip

After you unziped the file in an empty folder, close ProppFrexx and then please copy the file called "bass.dll" from the "x64" sub-folder to your original ProppFrexx installation folder - make sure to use the x64 folder! Then restart ProppFrexx.

If it is not that urgent you can wait til the next regular release, which will also include this fix.
Many thanks for your help!

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