QUOTE(Tonycrew @ Oct 20 2012, 07:13 PM)
Cant get it to work with FSD 3....
I'm not sure what the issue could be, I'm using it with FSD3 no problems, and I know other people are as well.
QUOTE(OzQuant @ Oct 22 2012, 12:38 AM)
I'm running 3.0 on Windows 7 64bit and I get a "Don't Freak Out" error every time. It works fine, but I can not save any of my settings. I have installed .Net 4 as well as 4.5. I tried running it in XP compatibility mode too, but no luck. It seems to run fine the very first time I run it - it creates a file "jtagcm.settings". But any subsequent runs, it triggers an error and doesn't save any settings. Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is an awesome programme.
Are you running the program as an admin? If not, please try that. Not being able to write to the settings file after it was created could easily cause a "don't freak out error". I wrap all calls to save the settings in a block that will prevent the program from completely crashing in case there's a filesystem error. It's not the only possible cause, but it's certainly the most likely.
QUOTE(kainy @ Oct 27 2012, 08:46 PM)
Just to add some present issue with Windows 8
I'm using both Version 2.2 and 3.0, and on both I get the same error (will only post the 3.0 error log). The strange thing is that it only crashes when selecting content bigger than 1GB (may be less, but some DLC under 1GB didn't crash the app)
Just to mansion that both version worked perfectly on Win 7 64bit and FSD 3.0.
This sounds like a locale problem. Different regions format numbers differently (1,000.34 vs. 1.000,34) so my program has to make a couple assumptions. The primary one is that you're using all the defaults for your region/culture. If you've made any custom changes to how Windows formats numbers, that could be causing the problem.