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NovaRain

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Post Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:01 am

Re: [CRITICAL BUG] Memory leak entering Suburbs in Albuquerq

Muttie wrote:Actually. I'm not fine.
And I'm done with being polite ala “I don't want to write a wall of text either.”

You already gave me a passive-aggressive “not welcome” comment on NMA, which I've swallowed with a bit of bitten back sarcasm. And in fact I've refrained for the most part from posting on NMA since (if I can help it).
Also this dismissive tone is very unusual compared to your other comments, which are normally more considerate and friendly.
If you really have a problem with me, than either refrain from replying, or do it with common courtesy. But I don't need any condescending remarks dropped in passing by.

No, I don't have any problem with you.
Sometimes I reply posts during my work, so I only glance posts and make a short reply, like your post above which mentions memory addresses for crashes. I didn't have time to test your saves but I got a database of game dump.
I apologize for my posts here or on NMA making you feel I discourage you. That is never my intention, sorry.
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Post Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:23 pm

Re: [CRITICAL BUG] Memory leak entering Suburbs in Albuquerq

Muttie: Thanks for the report. I'll try look into it.

NovaRain: Thanks for the explanation of those memory addresses. Is there somewhere available list of all known memory adresses and what they mean? That could be useful when dealing with errors.
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Post Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:30 pm

Re: [CRITICAL BUG] Memory leak entering Suburbs in Albuquerq

Daemon wrote:Muttie: Thanks for the report. I'll try look into it.
NovaRain: Thanks for the explanation of those memory addresses. Is there somewhere available list of all known memory adresses and what they mean? That could be useful when dealing with errors.

Here are IDA Pro database files for both Fallout 1 and 2 (the comment is in Russian). You need IDA Pro 6.8 or newer to open them.
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Post Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:45 am

Re: [CRITICAL BUG] Memory leak entering Suburbs in Albuquerq

NovaRain wrote:No, I don't have any problem with you.
Sometimes I reply posts during my work, so I only glance posts and make a short reply, like your post above which mentions memory addresses for crashes. I didn't have time to test your saves but I got a database of game dump.
I apologize for my posts here or on NMA making you feel I discourage you. That is never my intention, sorry.


It's OK.

Part of the problem is that I've massive anxiety issues when it comes to posting on the internet. It's a kind of stage fever. My heart beat picks up before posting and I have guilt/conscience problems up to half an hour after.
I can alleviate this by preparing meticulously or by knowing what I'm doing. But besides that I don't have much control over it.

This anxiety makes me vulnerable, and when I get hit in that state it can cause a depression.

It was an up and down on Friday and during a moment of anger I've felt the need to vent my pain. Which in hindsight was a bad call on my part. I should have known better than to post in an emotional state.

All considered it is no one's fault really that I'm carrying this emotional luggage. Nor was it your fault that you happened to make a comment that pushed me over the edge.

It was just an unfortunate domino-effect.

Just as unfortunate as the whole thing really.

Hope you didn't get any crap for it. And if you did I apologize for it.

Thanks for your understanding.


P.S. I'll need a couple of days more before I return to normal.
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