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    Default Solving ff viewer errors?

    Every single time I open up ff viewer I get:

    Error Removing .FF hash blocks: Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow. If i click OK i get 1 more error almost same like that ^^ then a .net framework error.

    I do have framework 4.....


    Edit: Sorry for wrong section because more people are on Mods section

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    which version of .ff viewer are you using? also are you using it inside the folder or from desktop icon?

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    Inside the folder, and ive downloaded the one from desktop one. Where its a installer. I think its because i haven't installed .net framework 3.5? I have the fullly updated version and 1.395

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    Either get version 2.16, ff viewer legacy, or take out the _s in your ff's name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Popsicle View Post
    Either get version 2.16, ff viewer legacy, or take out the _s in your ff's name.
    oh thanks! FF viewer Legacy does the same .net framework error

    edit: what _s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Element View Post
    oh thanks! FF viewer Legacy does the same .net framework error

    edit: what _s?
    Do you mean when you open the .ff file, or the actual ff viewer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Popsicle View Post
    Do you mean when you open the .ff file, or the actual ff viewer?
    when i open the file .ff

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    Take out the underscores( _ ) out of the name of the .ff file.
    Example.
    common_level_temp_mp.ff (X)
    commonleveltempmpff ()

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    Quote Originally Posted by Popsicle View Post
    Take out the underscores( _ ) out of the name of the .ff file.
    Example.
    common_level_temp_mp.ff (X)
    commonleveltempmpff ()
    Thank you sooo much, +repped ;]

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