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Re: [Enigma-devel] Startup Error.

From: Andreas Lochmann
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] Startup Error.
Date: Sun, 11 Aug 2019 19:31:44 +0200
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Hi all,

from the screenshots Ivan showed me, it is clear that Enigma succeeds in writing enigma.score, but fails to write state.xml and enigmarc. Ivan uses a Cyrillic letter in his Windows username, which might be the cause for his problems. I set up a Windows account on my own desktop with a Cyrillic username, and Enigma won't start at all (only once, directly after installation; no error message).

Does anyone of you have experiences with using Enigma on Windows 10 with a Cyrillic username?

@Ivan: A possible solution might be to set up a user account, just for Enigma, with Latin letters for the username. Not a very good solution, rather a first aid. As you see above, I could not reproduce your error message exactly, but my experiment hinds at the problem. If this actually is the problem, I will not be able to offer you a better solution until maybe Enigma 1.3 ... sorry.


Am 07.08.19 um 12:04 schrieb Ivan Polyakov via Enigma-devel:
Good day!

Recently I found your game and ran into a problem. It similar to another which already described in FAQ:

        Enigma doesn't start, it gives an error message of the kind
        “mismatch of state.xml and enigma.score”.

But I don't have file named state.xml. Also game is started and I can play levels, but progress isn't saved. Before exit from game it gives out 2 screens with paths and to the next enter in the game settings and progress of walkthrough are dumped.

How to solve a this problem?
You still need to send the two files described in FAQ?

P.S: I hope you haven't abandoned supporting the game, because I saw last news in 2014... I hope you will answer me. P.S.S: You are cool! Game is magnificent! And I'm sorry for my English. I tried to convey a thought. :)

Good luck!

Yours sincerely,
Ivan Polyakov

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