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Alejandro MiddleCorn

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(SOLVED apparently)Assemly not saving "Game specific resource cache" data

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Like the title says, everytime I add the folder path for resources for certain games I always close Assembly.

But now the program won't save the folder paths. When I look at the Map Editor Settings and I check, lets say Halo 3 ODST, the folder path is now missing and I'm forced to add it again.

Why isn't it saving that data? It used to save it.

Is there now a button to save data on Settings or what?

Edited by Alejandro MiddleCorn
Apparently solved.

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Are you in a readonly directory or anything? Do recent files in the start page save correctly?

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I don't have any recent files since I re-downloaded Assembly.

I can't modify them if the folder path isn't set.

And I'm not in read only.

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Tried it as admin, but changes still don't save.

When I close Assembly and re-open it, I check the Resource Cache Folder Path and all spaces are set back to blanks.

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Ok, nevermind.

As of this moment, the changes finally saved.

However, I had to open a map coming from the folder path in order for it to be saved.

I hope it doesn't get removed when I open Assembly tomorrow.

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