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    active Objects losing data

    Everytime I open my game (project) there is one of several objects that lose graphics. It seems a bit random. Any Ideas?
    Then I recreate them and save it. And again it happens.

    Strange

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    Re: active Objects losing data

    How many actives do you have? The default is set at 500. You can change that by clicking on frame properties if you are over 500.
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    Re: active Objects losing data

    Not more than 20. I downloaded R248 in hopes it will help.

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