Answered Where To Find Script Errors Redacted

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If you get script errors in redacted where do you find them at? So i can fix them?

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If you get script errors in redacted where do you find them at? So i can fix them?

Thanks. xD
if you are looking for dmp's they are either in the root of bo2 or in AppData\Local\CrashDumps
other than that the popup errors are pretty useless
 

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if you are looking for dmp's they are either in the root of bo2 or in AppData\Local\CrashDumps
other than that the popup errors are pretty useless
I'm looking for all script errors that i get. Parameters or unknown functions. Neither of those places, i cant find what i'm looking for. There are no dmp's there for script errors. Even if there was i wouldn't know how to read them.

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I'm looking for all script errors that i get. Parameters or unknown functions. Neither of those places, i cant find what i'm looking for. There are no dmp's there for script errors. Even if there was i wouldn't know how to read them.

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you have to open them in visual studio, doesn't sound like they would help you though.
do you have a screenshot of the actual error?
 

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you have to open them in visual studio, doesn't sound like they would help you though.
do you have a screenshot of the actual error?
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Truth is i already know how to fix them. But i wanna know where they get dumped too so i can read and fix them all at once.
 

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The best way would be
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into the respective function using C/C++ in order to dump out the information. This will give you all details but realizing an SPRX or similar that does this nicely is of course not easy. Something like
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is the best you can do.
 

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The best way would be
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into the respective function using C/C++ in order to dump out the information. This will give you all details but realizing an SPRX or similar that does this nicely is of course not easy. Something like
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is the best you can do.
I have something like this for both PS3 and Xbox. That's why testing on console is so much easier for me. Less crashes, and I get the error's returned 90% of the time.

On pc, you have a much higher chance of crashing imo. So it's really annoying.
 

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I have something like this for both PS3 and Xbox. That's why testing on console is so much easier for me. Less crashes, and I get the error's returned 90% of the time.

On pc, you have a much higher chance of crashing imo. So it's really annoying.
your whole system doesn't freeze over a small syntax error on pc though lol
 

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