SketchUp version :SU 2014 & 2017 Skatter version (Skatter dialog > Options > About) : 1.4.2 OS : Windows 10 Description of the issue :
I’ve just changed PC, and reinstalled all my previous software etc.
Sketchup will crash out when trying to select a host for the plugin. I can bring up the library, load in a proxy object, however when I try to select a surface host, the program freezes and then closes immediately. This also happens when I try to select individual points rather than a surface.
Are you able to reproduce the issue every time? (If yes, how?) : Every time this happens. I’ve tried installing SU 2017 as well, and attempting the same process and I have the same result of the program crashing immediately. Error in Ruby Console? (Window > Ruby Console) :
Software crashes out so cannot select and copy, I have uploaded a screenshot of the last view of it before it closes though for both SU 2014 and 2017: https://imgur.com/a/tfcZS
Please go to Windows 10’s Settings Panel (Start > Settings), then “Network & Internet”, then “Change adapter options”.
Take a screenshot and send it to me.
I need to see how many network adapters you have. I have seen once a very rare crash in Skatter when a user had too many adapters. Disabling most of them fixed the crash.
I tried again, this time disabling the ‘Live Preview’ within the Skatter options, and when I select a host, it doesn’t crash but gives this error within the Ruby console:
DL is deprecated, please use Fiddle Volume OK CPU OK MAC OK MAC Fails
_---- Skatter 1.4.2---- _ Regenerate render instances from attributes : 0.0 s ---- End ----
Skatter overwrote Vray’s ‘write_to_xml’ Volume OK CPU OK MAC OK MAC Fails Error: #<TypeError: no implicit conversion of nil into Integer> C:/ProgramData/SketchUp/SketchUp 2014/SketchUp/Plugins/jbb_skatter/rb/generate_objects.rb:58:in srand'_ _C:/ProgramData/SketchUp/SketchUp 2014/SketchUp/Plugins/jbb_skatter/rb/generate_objects.rb:58:ingenerate’ C:/ProgramData/SketchUp/SketchUp 2014/SketchUp/Plugins/jbb_skatter/rb/tools.rb:94:in `onLButtonDown’