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    Scripts in a mod fail to work fully ONLY FOR ME


    I've downloaded mod for KDM from workshop:

    Clicking button to start campaign fails to create character tokens when I've setup the game.
    If other person setups the game with the same mod it works.
    Contacted creator, when he hosted the game everything works, when I invite him and try to do the same script action it fails.
    He suggested that there might be problem with my computer/TTS .

    I don't have any antivirus besides Microsoft windows default one, firewall permissions are full for TTS. Also all assets from the mod seems to be loaded.

    Things I've tried:
    Restarting TTS.
    Restarting Steam.
    Restarting PC.
    Reinstalling TTS.
    Checking file validity through steam for TTS.
    Reinstalling C++ 2012 Redistributable.
    Reinstalling C++ 2010 Redistributable.

    Is there any more dependancies which might be corrupted on my machine?

    Thank you.

    Seems other mods with scripts are acting weird, very hard to confirm but it seems not all assets load and when executing some scripts at some times they end up throwing error: attempt to concatenate (sometimes index) a nil value.
    Last edited by zazas; 03-26-2020 at 09:17 PM.

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