"Run Game" problem in VS5

  • #1, by AkcayKaraazmakSunday, 11. June 2017, 17:34 3 years ago
    Hi guys, when I run the game for testing from the editor and close it by clicking X and then when I again run the game its says "The application is already running". And when I check from the windows task manager I see the visplayer.exe *32 running in the Processes. So its not getting erased from the memory. I need to close the VS editor and open again to run the game. Even sometimes it doesnt work :\ Any suggestions friends?

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  • #2, by sebastianSunday, 11. June 2017, 18:30 3 years ago
    what happens if you exit via ctrl+q ?
    Does the vis-player remain in the task bar when you quit it by pressing "X"?

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  • #3, by AkcayKaraazmakSunday, 11. June 2017, 18:46 3 years ago
    Havent tried ctrl+q, I'll try it now. And yes mate, vis-player remains on the taskbar when I quit by "X". Even sometimes it remains when I quit by ctrl+F4

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  • #4, by AkcayKaraazmakSunday, 11. June 2017, 19:03 3 years ago
    what happens if you exit via ctrl+q ?
    Does the vis-player remain in the task bar when you quit it by pressing "X"?

    ctrl+q doesnt do anything mate. I dont know why

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  • #5, by joemidSunday, 11. June 2017, 19:38 3 years ago
    What if you create a quit game action bound to a key released- like Q?

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  • #6, by sebastianSunday, 11. June 2017, 19:39 3 years ago
    what happens if you exit via ctrl+q ?
    Does the vis-player remain in the task bar when you quit it by pressing "X"?

    ctrl+q doesnt do anything mate. I dont know why
    sorry, seems that its the equivilant to ctrl+f4 in macOS

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  • #7, by AkcayKaraazmakSunday, 11. June 2017, 19:58 3 years ago
    What if you create a quit game action bound to a key released- like Q?

    Yea, Its a good idea smile

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  • #8, by AkcayKaraazmakSunday, 11. June 2017, 20:31 3 years ago
    Using "quit" also didnt work. I think its a bug while else it doesnt delete it from the memory even its closed.

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  • #9, by sebastianSunday, 11. June 2017, 22:47 3 years ago
    Thats weird. First time i heard of that bug and it should occour at everyones windows since VS5 release if it was a engine/player problem...

    Did you tested another project if this problem also occours there?
    Does you game and/or VS Studio log outputs any interesting?

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  • #10, by gabartsMonday, 12. June 2017, 10:43 3 years ago
    It doesn't seem a big problem, I've noticed instead that the config file doesn't save correctly. I have to manually delete the app data folder to reset all the content.

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  • #11, by gabartsMonday, 12. June 2017, 10:46 3 years ago
    It doesn't seem a big problem, I've noticed instead that the config file doesn't save correctly. I have to manually delete the app data folder to reset all the content.

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