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Old 11th October 2004, 23:22   #1  |  Link
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NuMenu4u RC2 Build 7

I am pleased to announce the release of NuMenu4u RC2

Changelog:

Bug Fixes:
Fix to the Temp_Settings error
Change to the para.lst for when Vsrip is run more than once.
Removes the Vsconv error
scanfolderforfilecopy routine replaced
Due to a scripting error on my part the threshold from DIF4U was never passed into the app.
Correction to the SoftEncode registry fix - Please rerun.
Fix whereby scenarist 2.6 would never be called
Fix to minimze to system tray - would restore itself after authoring / pause for script verification

Changes:
Alteration to the contrast conversion from VOB file to the scirpt (It was impossible to have a contrast of 0& for selection / action highlights)
To coincide with the new generation of menus, the normal display is now taken from the SST file (sometimes now <> 0%)
Complete change to the conversion rule for subs
Change to the bit allocation to determine if VOB is letterboxed from the IFO
Alteration to the way the check boxes in the treeview responded
Lots of code cleanup and optimizing
New e-mail debug, I didn't like the previous one; Now have a normal install once again

Additions:
Added ability to save the setting to use original assets (requires the save box also being checked)
Added the option to force a re-run of scenarist scan, for when new versions are installed - under Scenarist Tab
Added an additional check for incorrect cell commands in the IO caused by original author error - Removes the cell command error in Scenarist on compile

http://www.numenu4u.com/NuMenu4u.exe
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Old 12th October 2004, 00:58   #2  |  Link
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Thank you very much for all the work you continue to put into this :-)
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Old 12th October 2004, 01:03   #3  |  Link
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Thanks Zeul for your hard work! I'll take a look at this.
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Old 12th October 2004, 01:35   #4  |  Link
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A small potential bug has been found. Please re download, RC2 Build 2

http://www.numenu4u.com/NuMenu4u.exe

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Old 12th October 2004, 02:43   #5  |  Link
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Great job Zeul as always! I was really looking forward to this release. I did not get to try the b2 yet but as soon as I saw b1 I decided to redo my project I had problems with before (placeholder already exists error in scenarist). I installed NM on top of the RC1b2 that I had been using and it gave me the same exact error as before, also I went into the debug and again experienced an old error where it just scans and zips up all the directories on my C: drive with log files. The log screen says that it needs to archive 37 files which sounds about right but still I ended up with a C: drive zip which has alot more than 37 files :/

Anyway, to make the long story short I just uninstalled the program completely and purged all related items in my registry and reinstalled it. Also, while I was usually calling NM from DIF4U I decided to go and run NM and have it call DIF4U after the menus are done. Voila! it worked, the menus re-encoded and compiled fine and DIF4U was launched with /NOMENUFILES (even though DIF4U still launched NM to redo the menu after I started the demux?).

So now I'm pretty much a happy camper like I stated earlier I have yet to try b2.

Could you tell us what you changed in b2 over b1?

Thanks a million!
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Old 12th October 2004, 09:14   #6  |  Link
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Bad link

the link is bad. Is it supposed to be the same one as in your signature?

The one in the signature works.
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Old 12th October 2004, 11:21   #7  |  Link
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This was a rls i was waiting for u , u made my day zeul.
Very good work and keep it coming.

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Old 12th October 2004, 22:14   #8  |  Link
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Quote:
Originally posted by Angelus
Thanks Zeul for your hard work! I'll take a look at this.
Hi Zeul,

Great application you have created

Unfortunatly this last version give us un error upon exiting :

Run Time error 339

Component 'MSWINSCK.OCX' or one of it's dependencies not correctly registered : a file is missing or invalid


What could be causing this? The RC1 was without this error.

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PS: Keep up the excelent work
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Old 13th October 2004, 01:55   #9  |  Link
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Another user posted this same issue yet it seems to be specific to some machines and not others

could you please tell us
1) what OS / version you are running (XP SP2 for example)
2) check the size / version of the mswinsck.ocx file (in the system32 dir)
mine is listed as : 6.1.97.82 and is 122KB in size

3) Try to re-register this com... at a cmd prompt type
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\mswinsck.ocx

then try to rerun numenu

report back w/ results

Thanks

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edit: I just tried a few things and it appears that if I rename that ocx I get the same error... my guess is either it's not there for you OR there's an old version... i know both Zeul and myself are on Windows XP Service Pack 2
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Old 13th October 2004, 07:21   #10  |  Link
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I keep getting this error, i have tried reinstalling the program

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Procedure Name: GetIFOParams
Module Name: NewCells

Error Number: 6
Error Description: Overflow
Error Source: Project1
Error Line: 0
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The log only shows this

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Old 13th October 2004, 08:10   #11  |  Link
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Please zip up all the ifo's and the logfile and send to me.
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i'm getting the .ocx error message also. it pops up when i close nm4u. so i updated from XP pro SP1 to SP2. same problem. any ideas?
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i'm getting the .ocx error message also. it pops up when i close nm4u. so i updated from XP pro SP1 to SP2. same problem. any ideas?
I had that problem to, did this

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3) Try to re-register this com... at a cmd prompt type
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\mswinsck.ocx
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Quote:
Originally posted by D3s7
Another user posted this same issue yet it seems to be specific to some machines and not others

could you please tell us
1) what OS / version you are running (XP SP2 for example)
2) check the size / version of the mswinsck.ocx file (in the system32 dir)
mine is listed as : 6.1.97.82 and is 122KB in size

3) Try to re-register this com... at a cmd prompt type
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\mswinsck.ocx

then try to rerun numenu

report back w/ results

Thanks

D3s7

edit: I just tried a few things and it appears that if I rename that ocx I get the same error... my guess is either it's not there for you OR there's an old version... i know both Zeul and myself are on Windows XP Service Pack 2
I don't have that file and I get that error message when closing numenu4u. Also it doesn't save settings (CCE bitrate, and others) when I exit the numenu

Oh yeah: 1: Win XP SP2; 2&3: don't have that file
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when D3s7 said 'other user', he meant me
anyways...

machine 1: work pc - windows xp sp1
mswinsck.ocx was present but was an older version. updating (overwriting) with a newer version fixed all errors with NuMenu

machine 2: home pc - windows xp sp2
mswinsck.ocx was not present at all. installing in system folder rectified issues with errors upon closing program and debug window.

sorry zeul, i also received the error:
Procedure Name: GetIFOParams
Module Name: NewCells

Error Number: 6
Error Description: Overflow
Error Source: Project1
Error Line: 0

i wont send you the files as you already know this menu well
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I don't have that file and I get that error message when closing numenu4u. Also it doesn't save settings (CCE bitrate, and others) when I exit the numenu

Oh yeah: 1: Win XP SP2; 2&3: don't have that file
well that's what we are saying.. you need that file in order not to get the error

probably why your settings aren't saved.. it's erroring out before it gets to save settings
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Will that file come with the numenu installer?
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Well... at the risk of stating the obvious, apparently not or we wouldn't be having this problem
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So should I wait for new release of numenu or find that file from somewhere?
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I'd say that's your call....

If it was me, I'd google that .ocx and see if you can find it
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