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Hatonastick

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Possible 'stand alone' glitch.
« on: 2009-Feb-08 »
Firstly, I really, really like this as it brings back memories.  Used to spend a lot of time on SEUCK myself. :)

Anyway I noticed a possible glitch.  If I make a standalone of either example and then run that standalone, there is no sound.  However everything else seems to be fine.

Anyone else having this problem or just me?  Running Win XP Home with all latest patches etc.
« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-08 by Hatonastick »

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Re: Possible 'stand alone' glitch.
« Reply #1 on: 2009-Feb-08 »
Have you tried to copy the soundfiles with the exe? Mabe they don't get included properly in the exe?

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Re: Possible 'stand alone' glitch.
« Reply #2 on: 2009-Feb-09 »
Heheheh, I should have explained things better.  Can tell I was half-asleep when I posted the above.

Actually you have something there.  It works fine now.  The executables were created and sitting inside the 'projects' directory where the samples were.  So I assumed they should see them, but of course the executable is looking for the samples in a folder called 'projects'.  So moving the executables one directory up, outside of the 'projects' directory, and it all worked fine. :)  I'm guessing it's to do with how the paths are saved with the info that is attached to the executable stub. ie. not so much as a bug or glitch, as a gotcha (user issue :)).
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Re: Possible 'stand alone' glitch.
« Reply #3 on: 2009-Feb-09 »
whoopsiedaisies. I've fixed it.