Author Topic: Corona Error Message - wxWidgets Assertion failure  (Read 258 times)

2019-04-03, 11:48:04

Charlie Nicols

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I am distributing an animation via back burner to slaves running the server and this error message is popping up?

Windows 10
Corona 3 HF1
Max 2018.3


An internal error occurred: wxWidgets Assertion failure. Please report this problem to us.
File: ..\..\src\msw\sockmsw.cpp(208)
Function: wxSocket_Internal_WinProc
Condition: socket->m_fd == (SOCKET)wParam
Message: mismatch between message and socket

2019-04-09, 10:50:03
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Charlie Nicols

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2019-04-09, 14:15:36
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Papuca3D

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This is a very rare error that is caused (and is with) the libraries that are used for Corona's UI drawing. These libraries are set to be replaced in a future version of Corona. For now, to get rid of the error, switch out of 3ds Max (either by clicking a different window or alt-tabbing then back. You may need to switch to more than one window and click more than a few times to get it to go away in even rarer cases.
Alternative is restarting Max but it shouldn't be necessary.




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2019-04-16, 12:37:00
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Charlie Nicols

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Ok Thanks for the information. We seem to have this rare error across multiple machines!

2019-07-24, 12:38:33
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I'm getting this quite regularly too since upgrading to Corona 4.
Specs: AMD 1950X, Aorus Gaming 7 x399, 64GB RAM, 1080ti. Win10, Max 2017, Corona 1.7.3

2019-07-25, 09:26:08
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Hi,

Could you provide some steps for me to reproduce this issue or a video of what you are doing when this occurs?

Currently I am not able to reproduce it.

Thanks,

Rowan