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The Dreaded \"Run-time Error \'9\'\" [message #2293] Tue, 17 November 2009 01:27 Go to next message
JoeHarrison is currently offline  JoeHarrison
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Sorry to bug you, Gabriel; ran into a bit of a problem that I\'m praying is not permanent. I just started working on a new composition for a friend and after about an hour and a half of work I saved it and closed it.

Two hours later... I open the file, I see the dreaded window pop-up:

\"Run-time Error \'9\': Subscript out of range\"

Every other KB Piano file works. Except for this one. It won\'t open; I\'ve tried multiple times, by restarting my computer, renaming the file, placing it on the Desktop, placing it in a different folder, copying it and trying to open the copy. Everything.

This happened once before but by using some of the above techniques I was able to fix the problem. But nothing seems to be working. And I would really hate to lose this composition because I\'m not sure I can re-produce it the way it was.

If you have any suggestions or thoughts I would greatly appreciate your input.

Thank you,

~Joe
[message #2294] Tue, 17 November 2009 12:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
JoeHarrison is currently offline  JoeHarrison
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Okay, it\'s working now! YAAAY!

For some reason I decided to try something weird. I started a new composition using the same soundfonts from the broken file, through in some random notes and then saved it.

Then I opened it, it worked, so then I opened the broken file and THAT worked! Yipeeee!!!
[message #2295] Tue, 17 November 2009 23:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Gabriel is currently offline  Gabriel
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Hi Joe, I\'m glad you were able to fix the problem.
Please send me the project file if you don\'t mind, I\'ll try to reproduce the error, and find the source.

Thanks !
[message #2297] Wed, 18 November 2009 14:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
JoeHarrison is currently offline  JoeHarrison
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You know what, I may have discovered what the problem was. After \"fixing\" the problem I ran into again shortly after, and suddenly the above mentioned \"fix\" didn\'t work. So I tried something different.

Some of the soundfonts I was using were not set into the Default Soundfonts setup (in the KB Piano Setup), I had just imported them into the program by using the regular \"Project > SoundFont List\" menu. So I decided to try opening up KB Piano and then going through the KB Piano Setup and into the Default SoundFonts section and import the soundfonts there so that they would just permanently be in the program.

Exited the program, restarted it, and voila, the project worked and is still working today without any problems.

Would you still like me to send the project file?
[message #2298] Sat, 21 November 2009 10:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Gabriel is currently offline  Gabriel
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Can you tell which soundfonts you are using ?
[message #2314] Thu, 10 December 2009 03:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Evelyne is currently offline  Evelyne
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Yes..What soundfonts are they using..What is it?

Surendettement

Evelyne
[message #2324] Wed, 16 December 2009 21:53 Go to previous message
JoeHarrison is currently offline  JoeHarrison
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I believe it was a soundfont called \"Steelwound Nylon Guitar\". But it has done it with a couple others in the past as well.
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