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Cities XXL Mods From Cxxl Mods Compatibility List Causing Crash.

Discussion in 'Game Play Support' started by Radiant Dawn, Feb 14, 2015.

  1. Radiant Dawn

    Radiant Dawn Elite

    Oct 9, 2014
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    I installed most of the mods from the CXXL Mods Compatibility List and now CXXL is crashing. If someone could please take a look at the log below and identify which mods are causing the problem so I can remove them to solve this, it would be appreciated.

    [14:28:51] CORE mcStreamBin.cpp ( 282) Assert This shouldn't happen in release...
    [14:28:57] AS2LUACMD vinInterfaceManager.cpp ( 825) Error movie=<(null)> log=<"cxlDropBar creating _level0.Container.DropBarCity1">
    [14:28:57] AS2LUACMD vinInterfaceManager.cpp ( 825) Error movie=<(null)> log=<"cxlDropBar creating _level0.Container.DropBarCity2">
    [14:28:58] CORE mcFile.cpp ( 198) Error can't open file data\config\gembeachscenarii.cfg
    [14:28:58] SIMTOURIST pesTourismParams.cpp ( 179) Error pesTourismParams::LoadScenarii : Can't load <data/config/gembeachscenarii.cfg>
    [14:29:32] CoreTag ctTagContainer.cpp ( 192) ErrorBuild Tag <MSCUSTOM> is not defined in tag list, check Tags.cfg
  2. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator

    Aug 21, 2014
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    I replied to you in the other thread. The MSCUSTOM bit is telling you there is a mod that uses the old menu buttons. The buttons are different in the new menu so that's why its crashing. You need to remove them all and start putting them back one by one to find the one causing the problem.

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