The “Saving…” does not disappear after saving manually. Here’s the error log that appeared before I saved manually, while viewing the crafting queue:
release-707 (x64)[M] Uncaught Error: Computed Property declared without a property function Error: Computed Property declared without a property function at r (http://radiant/stonehearth/ui/root/js/libs/ember-1.8.1.min.js:4:18375) at m (http://radiant/stonehearth/ui/root/js/libs/ember-1.8.1.min.js:4:9901) at Object.l.property (http://radiant/stonehearth/ui/root/js/libs/ ember-1.8.1.min.js:8:6340) at c (http://radiant/stonehearth/ui/root/js/libs/jquery-1.10.2.min.js:4:26036) at Object.add [as progress] (http://radiant/stonehearth/ui/root/js/libs/ jquery-1.10.2.min.js:4:26346) at String.<anonymous> (http://radiant/radiant/js/radiant/trace.js:318:20) at Function.each (http://radiant/stonehearth/ui/root/js/libs/ jquery-1.10.2.min.js:4:5347) at SimpleClass._expand_array_properties (http://radiant/radiant/js/radiant/ trace.js:301:12) at SimpleClass._expand_object (http://radiant/radiant/js/radiant/ trace.js:138:25) at Array.<anonymous> (http://radiant/radiant/js/radiant/trace.js:255:24)
Note that I am using a Terrain colour mod.
Steps to reproduce:
- Open Wood crafting queue with more than 1 worker active
- Wait for a worker to complete an item
- Save the game manually
The game remains playable and UI elements can still be clicked.
The main menu can still be opened, but clicking elements yields no results.
The bottom toolbar cannot be clicked. Also, no elements in the world can be clicked - they still light up, though.
Restarting the game works fine. The loading screen appears and no data is lost.
As previously stated, I am using a Terrain colour mod. Other than that, I also imported quite a few builds and removed the item limit and upped the population limit.
Also, it seems like this person got the exact same exception string.
Version Number and Mods in use:
release 707 x64
Terrain colour mod
Windows 10 Educational Edition, GTX 1080, 32 GB RAM
If you need any more info, feel free to ask!