I wanted to stress-test the building editor in r572(x64). So I did a ton of crazy things. Walls against a cliffside, slabs against walls pillars, slabs on the roof, stairs doing something completely non-stair-like, a floor on a roof [with a hand-drawn roof because the roof tool refused to do that]. It was a bit of effort, because I had to draw slabs out from the walls to connect everything on the roof or else it would become a different building.
I ended up with this template: template.zip (55.7 KB)
[Wow. The template pictures look really cool now.]
I made sure to save right before building: save.zip (4.6 MB),
and after I tried again, it built to about here again smoothly, if with a floating roof for a while:
The next morning, they go back to work, build up the scaffolding a bit, and then the game crashes silently.
I copied the log file today, right before I launched SH to test a second time: stonehearth.log (1.3 MB)
Stonehearth also seems prone to crashing on me in general these days; it really doesn’t like me coming back after an alt+tab when it’s in fullscreen mode.
Is there any other information I need to give?
I thought I was playing without mods, but I do seem to still have old versions of homf and lomc in the
mods folder. Could those be causing a problem somehow?