@frederik Thanks. I'll give it a try.
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Placed raster image disappearing
I'm on RF 3.1 and MacOS Sierra.
My placed raster images in the background layer of glyphs often disappear. I can close RF and reopen without issues, but, if I restart my computer and reopen RF all of my raster images have disappeared. It's as if the path is missing. Sometimes I get an error that says something like, 'cannot find image in glyph __'
Is there a "proper" way to import or place glyphs so they will not go missing? Or a way to cache / embed the files?
RE: Clicked on Views Icon- now robofont crashes on open.
Wow, that fixed it. I have no idea how I managed to unknowingly do that.
Clicked on Views Icon- now robofont crashes on open.
I had a UFO open, and clicked one of the "Views" icons. Robofont crashed, and now I cannot open UFOs.
I'm running MacOS High Sierra.
I've deleted RoboFont, all .py, preferences and Mechanic master extensions. I've restarted my machine. Robofont 3.0 and beyond open, but give me this error when I try to open a new or previous UFO:
**A problem occurred when trying to open this UFO.** Traceback (most recent call last): File "lib/doodleDocument.pyc", line 276, in makeWindowControllers File "lib/doodleFontWindow.pyc", line 66, in __init__ File "lib/UI/fontOverView/__init__.pyc", line 244, in __init__ File "lib/UI/fontOverView/smartSetList.pyc", line 1064, in __init__ File "lib/UI/fontOverView/smartSetList.pyc", line 935, in __init__ ValueError: NSInvalidArgumentException - Unable to parse the format string "Name CONTAINS……… (then lists a character set)…
Pre-3.0, RoboFont simply crashes.
I've tried loading multiple versions in SafeMode without success. I've tried opening UFO's with Single Window mode checked and unchecked.
Is there anything else I can try to fix the bug?
RE: Crash when creating new and opening existing file.
I'm actually still on 1.8.4 (I've been using a student license for
several months and haven't updated to 3 yet). Should I go back and install 1.2 and "Check for Updates" within Robofont?
Crash when creating new and opening existing file.
It started with Robofont crashing when I tried to open an existing file. This also happened when trying to create a new file.
I've tried the following:
- restarting computer
- reinstalling OS X High Sierra
- deleting all files / scripts / .py / etc associated with robofont and emptying the trash
- reinstalling robofont 1.8.4
So far, it still crashes when opening or creating a file.
I'm on a MacBook Pro 2015 / High Sierra.
Is there something else I can do to prevent this crash and get a file open?