Wall Build Error

**Summary:**Was building a 4 deep wall and got this error

release-707 (x64)
…th/services/client/build_editor/wall_loop_editor.lua:293: attempt to index local ‘blueprint’ (a nil value)
stack traceback:
[C]: ?
…th/services/client/build_editor/wall_loop_editor.lua:293: in function ‘_can_contain_entity’
…th/services/client/build_editor/wall_loop_editor.lua:76: in function ‘_location_filter_fn’
…ces/client/selection/entity_or_location_selector.lua:213: in function ‘filter_fn’
…nehearth/services/client/selection/selector_util.lua:23: in function ‘get_selected_brick’
…ces/client/selection/entity_or_location_selector.lua:200: in function ‘_get_selected_brick’
…ces/client/selection/entity_or_location_selector.lua:265: in function ‘_on_mouse_event’
…nehearth/services/client/selection/selector_base.lua:115: in function '_mouse_cb’
stonehearth/services/client/input/input_capture.lua:55: in function '_dispatch’
stonehearth/services/client/input/input_service.lua:70: in function '_dispatch_input’
stonehearth/services/client/input/input_service.lua:12: in function <stonehearth/services/client/input/input_service.lua:11>

Steps to reproduce:

  1. start building a wall like shown in the attached screen shot
  2. save one of the middle 2 rows till last in the building process
  3. the last segment placed is at one of the ends
  4. the error pops up while placing the last segment.

Expected Results: Build the wall.

Actual Results: The wall was built.

Notes: I don’t know what this error actually did as it didn’t really effect my game play the wall still built and everything so I don’t know what happened.

Attachments: Steam Community :: Screenshot

Version Number and Mods in use:
Alpha 21 build 707 (x64)

System Information:
Windows 10 Pro
24GB Ram
Intel Core i7 3.4GHz Processor


I believe that this is a friendly bug that does nothing but pop up.

The only thing I can think of is whether all the blocks were placed/ is there anything missing?

I believe that the problem arose due to there not being space for scaffolding at the ends.

Also, it is my belief that the “wall” tool is not meant to be used like that but to be use inside buildings. Slabs are, as far as I know, meant to be used in such constructions, or else hollow buildings.

Furthermore, I gather that the problem, after writing all this and taking then a second look, is that the second layer from the inside, or third from the outside, was not built. That is what caused the error.

Hope this was of help!