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Loading stk from a folder that contains a space

Postby Larive » 18 Jun 2009, 13:48

Hello,

After searching on a computer in order to fix an unloadable stk, I concluded that I cannot load a stk in the standalone player or in the webplayer if there is a space in the path (i.e. Documents And Settings).

Is is a known problem or am I making false reasoning ?

Thanks in advance
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Re:Loading stk from a folder that contains a space

Postby Yopia » 18 Jun 2009, 14:39

hi,

It seems to work perfect on xp windows and vista from "My document" folder.
Do you have a username containing "strange" characters ?

Make sure that you are using the official standalone player available on [url="http://www.stonetrip.com/ston3d-players/ston3d-standalone.html"]Stonetrip website[/url] and make sure that the stk you want to play has been made with the official version of ShiVa ( not a beta version ).

If it's a beta made stk then export as a installer package.
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Re:Loading stk from a folder that contains a space

Postby Larive » 18 Jun 2009, 15:01

Well...

First of all, thanks for your quick answer.

  • The path of my desktop is C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME.DOMAIN\Desktop which doesn't seem too strange :) I'm running Windows XP 64
  • I'm using the regular standalone player and the regular webplayer.
  • I cannot confirm the version of the editor which was used to create it :/ but I just try with a stk created on the 1.7.1 editor and the behaviour was the same/
  • I just try to copy/paste the stk in the folder My Documents and when I try to launch it with the standalone player, the Ston3D options windows appears (alone). oO


Please don't waste too much time on it if I'm the only one with this problem.

Thanks again for your reply
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