Status_stack_buffer_overrun

 On latest Dev been gaining this CTD upon trying to launch through seemingly too many kind of mods -is tright here a weight limit to hefty mods that can be loaded? If I include a new one and erase an old equally huge one it appears ok however if not....ctd


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 On latest Dev been obtaining this CTD upon trying to launch with seemingly also many mods -is there a weight limit to hefty mods that have the right to be loaded? If I include a brand-new one and also erase an old equally huge one it seems ok however if not....ctd


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cosmic10r 2320

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Yep, came here to search this worry. Tested on RC.

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Another issue i just uncovered out (I"ve been outta the loop for a small over a month now) is most my STEAM MODs are being loaded into a Content folder now instead of the ROOT like previous via
MODNAME. Now the MODNAME is numbers. Is this a STEAM issue, or ARMA? My guess is this is just how ARMA is managing MODS currently through their launcher? IF so this has borken the way i usage to run a 3rd party MOD handler....


cosmic10r 2320

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Yo buddy... yeah.. heavy steam currently recommendations the workshop content folder so it does not double the file size by having actually one in arma root and also one in workshop content... I noticed this messed up my install and they didn"t display up if I didn"t run the launcher way...

My solve wregarding manually move the folders over and also rename... and also then I unsubscribed from the workshop mods and also will certainly need to carry out manually currently..

The actual crash is led to by the parser reportedly and also how many type of mods are in the command line... resolve for that is combining mods into less folders to mitigate command also line dimension...

Pita yet works for now


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Master Gunnery SergeantMember 1321195 postsJoined: November 21, 2013
Posted May 17, 2016

Yo buddy... yeah.. steam now references the workshop content folder so it doesn"t double the file dimension by having one in arma root and also one in workshop content... I noticed this messed up my install and also they didn"t display up if I didn"t run the launcher way...

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My deal with wregarding manually relocate the folders over and also rename... and also then I unsubscribed from the workshop mods and will certainly need to perform manually now..

The actual crash is brought about by the parser apparently and also exactly how many mods are in the command also line... settle for that is combining mods into less folders to reduce command line size...

Pita however functions for now


Hey dude, hope all is well. Yes i came across this post: https://vr-tab-quebec.com.bistudio.com/topic/185298-the-mod-subscribed-from-steam-workshop-leaves-2-copies-in-my-disks-it-is-waste-of-my-disk-space/page-2

 

I figured reducing the folders would execute the trick, but thinking BIS have to and also will resolve it rather. But thats for the temp workaround for now if i decide to go that route. I did make a write-up on the other topic to hopefully provide us the alternative to go ago so we dont need to manually manage the folders/papers. I obtain thier technique though since this is really a STEAM worry....

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Oh well always somepoint ;)


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Master Gunnery SergeantMember 1321195 postsJoined: November 21, 2013
Posted May 17, 2016

Hello guys,

would be any use to use if tright here would be a unique folder in Arma dir, that would certainly contain read-only link to Steam mods? E.g. Steam mods
modFolderName


 

Possibly Yes? Well so the benefit i see is finding the folder conveniently without utilizing the default Arma Launcher. Right currently per my last comments the folders contain the numbers which expect nothing as soon as trying to recognize the MODs. I think if 3rd party apps can usage these read-only/shortcut folders to pack the original MOD, then yes this would certainly be good, yet this may not be the case?

 

Either way i think it would certainly be advantageous just for the ease of finding the MOD folder. But considering that i understand the ARMA launcher deserve to carry out this as well, not certain if the initiative is worth it. 

 

I have to play with the default launcher some even more, yet one thing i battle via is the speed of it. It"s a very slow/painful process of selecting/depicking the mods. I have actually a good fifty percent second or so delay after each click of a MOD, and i can not quickly make these changes. I think this happens bereason it moves it to the "LOADED" section of the list. Of course as soon as i create multiple profiles, then maybe it won"t be so bad... Anvarious other nice feature would certainly be to export the MOD command line of the current schosen MODS. This deserve to be beneficial if you wanted to pack that into a different launcher, or usage it for the SERVER MOD list. Right currently it appears the only means to execute this is export the whole LOG batch which takes more time and area then a quick copy of the MOD command also line. With this shelp, are you men looking into this restricted MOD selection issue? Should we open a ticket or something else? It"s not the launcher it"s ARMA in general as it crashes without the launcher also.

 

 

With my feedearlier above, i hope you take it as suggestions and not complaints. I love whatever you guys have actually been doing and love your games. As always, thanks for everything! :)