Player not found.
traceback (mostrecent call last):
File "mcedit.py", line 2745 in loadFile
File "mcedit.py", line 1447, in loadFile
File "pymclevel\mclevelpyo", line 2521, in getPlayerPosition
ValueError: Player Player not found.
However it only started having the player error recently.
I haven't had any problems editing the level besides not being able to press the nudge button and selecting instead. Additionly i find i have to restart my computer after using MCEdit or else minecraft will go from 200fps average to 2fps
Alpha 50 is posted. I've added a repeat count to the Clone tool to make building certain things even easier.
HydraSwitch: You don't need anything else, MCEdit comes with everything it needs. If the shortcut batch file didn't work, did you try the mcedit.exe in the MCEditData folder, too?
I downloaded Alpha 50 and tried that, same problem.
And yes, I did try the mcedit.exe in the MCEditData folder too. I looked to see what the bat file was doing.
Anyway, I'm now going through and updating my XP machine...
I'm not sure it ever had any updates installed to it since I built it from the CD.
It's in a virtual machine in a virtual machine in a virtual machine... or something like that,
so I didn't think I had any need of keeping it updated. It runs what I need it to, but wouldn't
run MCEdit. So, now I'm updating it. If you don't hear from me about this again, you can
safely assume that updating the XP machine fixed the problem.
And thanks again for your work on MCEdit! I hope to be able to try it out soon.
Seriously, I haven't fixed it because I still don't know enough about what's happening. Please try to launch MCEdit again and show me everything in the console window, especially the first lines. As far as I can tell, OpenGL isn't initializing correctly and I'm not sure what to do about it.
You know... there are two ways you can put that message.
You're right. My apologies to the OP. I appreciate the work that went into this. I can see it's fully featured and works really well for the people who can use it.
But people really should be more careful about using code that only runs on specific OS's. There's really no reason for it unless you happen to own shares in that company and want to force people to use it.