ScummVM 1.3.0 & Curse of Monkey Island problem-Quits Sud

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cdevelasco
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ScummVM 1.3.0 & Curse of Monkey Island problem-Quits Sud

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I think I have found a bug with ScummVM 1.3.0

Ever since I upgraded to ScummVM version 1.3.0 I have a problem with Curse of Monkey Island. The game is able to start no problem, however the moment I try to enable the mouse "click-and-drag" mode (by touching the screen with one finger and swiping up with another) the game suddenly quits and ScummVM closes. This also happens when I try to bring up the load or save menu within the game (by touching the screen with one finger and swiping down with another), the game also suddenly quits and I find myself back in the iOS GUI (I have version 4.3.1). This basically makes the game unplayable as I am unable to save or load my progress. Is anyone else having this problem? Vinterstum, I would appreciate your feedback. Is this a known bug? Is there anything I can do to fix this?

Thanks in advance!

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Post by Yuzuki »

I have the same problem with this build on my iPod 4G (iOS 4.3.3), too...
The in-game menu doesn't work and i couldn't change the "TouchPad-Mode" and the "Mouse-Click-and-Drag" option...

It sometimes work with the files of the 1.2.1 build...
But I think it's better to play with the 1.2.1 build until the bug is fixed instead of replacing all the files of the 1.3.0 build (except of the ScummVM-Engine)
Please fix this bug.

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Post by fingolfin »

Please use our bug tracker to file a proper bug report about this.

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Post by cdevelasco »

Where is the bug tracker? How do I access it in order to properly notify about this bug?

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Post by fingolfin »

You read the forum rules, which point that out. Or you go to our main web site, and click on the "Bug Tracker" link the navigation menu.

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Post by MajinChibi »

the rules only point at the faq, but i think fingolfin thinks its more important to teach the ol "learn to read" lesson, than reporting bugs.

Bugtracker:
https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=4 ... unc=browse

(i got the same error and i reported it!)

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Post by fingolfin »

Actually, yeah, I indeed think that lesson is more important :). As a rule of thumb, if somebody can't find the bug tracker, then they likely can't write a useful bug report either :).

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Post by MajinChibi »

sometimes, developer cant find their own forum... even though they can develop

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Post by fingolfin »

Sure, given that the skill of finding a forum has little to do with the skill of developing... While the skill of managing to find a bug tracker has quite a bit to do with the skill of being able to read the instructions for reporting a bug... ;).

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Post by Vinterstum »

Fixed; new build uploaded to Cydia.

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