tinnef wrote:One is the command numbering. If a number in the sequence is missing the program stop processing that item.
tinnef wrote:The %startup% variable seems to be defective. Attached are my ini and log files, and both times where I use %Startup% it fails
tinnef wrote:In the log are some other errors as well, which I can't explain.
Marsianin wrote:It's not a bug. It's just a feature
Marsianin wrote:Hm...I'm gonna check it ASAP.
Marsianin wrote:If you can't explain may be there are no any errors?
Ok. I will think about ittinnef wrote:Ok, fair enough, but what do you think about changing it so you can skip numbers? This would be very useful for testing purposes.
It seems your system doesn't returns startup directory because it's empty in your log file.tinnef wrote:Cool. Maybe it was an error of mine, but %ALLSTARTUP% seems to work fine.
tinnef wrote:Hehe. What I meant was that I could not explain why they happened. They occur in  run2 and run3,  run8,9,10,11,14 and  run6.
It looks like there is a problem with the handling of quotes ("), because I managed to work around it by removing them in the places where it was possible and it works ok now.
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