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Anyone else having problems with Rendermonkey 1.6?

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Figured this would be the best place to put a topic like this; if it isn't, let me know! I downloaded Rendermonkey 1.6 from ATI yesterday, and played around with it a little. It seems like a really capable program, but I have one major problem with it: whenever I right-click on the effect workspace TreeView on the left, it almost always crashes. Not a normal crash, mind you, with an error report or something; the program just disappears. Gone. Exits to the desktop for no reason. There doesn't seem to be any kind of error log in the Rendermonkey folder, either. Has anyone else experienced this?

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I've never had that bug, but yeah rendermonkey is a bit buggy (though a lot of it may actually be driver issues). I'm not surprised you couldn't find an error log: the helpful coders at ATI put it in the root folder of whatever drive you installed on. Error.txt.

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Wow, talk about a nonsensical place to put it. Well, here are the contents:

//=====================================================
// RenderMonkey Error Log Created 8/12/2005 12:32 pm
//=====================================================


Yep, that's it. No errors. I'll try updating my drivers, but all the samples work fine; it's the program that's acting weird.

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