Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

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Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

Post by MathBrush » March 25th, 2018, 2:19 pm

In both 1.13.11 and in 1.13.12 (loading a save from 1.13.11), I cannot start Scenario 7 of The Rise of Wesnoth. It says
The error message is:
Image doesn't fit on canvas.

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Condition 'as_int>=0' failed at src\gui\core\canvas.cpp:1041 in function 'dimension_validation'.
Extra development information: Image 'portraits/rithrandil-winter.png', y=-24
I'm fullscreen on a Windows laptop.

Starting a new campaign of TRoW and using debug to travel to scenario 7 has the same outcome. Surely I'm not the only one to play Rise of Wesnoth on 1.13.11 or 1.13.12, so I don't know why this is showing up on my computer.

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Re: Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

Post by octalot » March 25th, 2018, 3:04 pm

I can't reproduce the crash on Linux, but a note to anyone debugging this: S07 is broken if you just do a :debug :n from the start of the campaign without triggering an event in S02. Logged as #2752.

MathBrush, does the first scenario of Delfador's Memoirs also crash for you? Both it and TRoW S07 are story cutscenes, which use Cutscene_Minimal to have units on a map like a combat scenario, but hiding the combat UI elements.

BTW, it's possible that you are the first to play this campaign on 1.13.11/1.13.12. At least one other (LoW) had an unavoidable defeat bug in 1.13.11, and 1.13.12 has only been announced this weekend.

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Re: Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

Post by SigurdFireDragon » March 25th, 2018, 5:17 pm

I can't reproduce this either on Win7 BfW 1.13.12

@MathBrush are you loading a mid-scenario save or Start of Scenario save? Give the S07 start of scenario save a try if you haven't

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Re: Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

Post by MathBrush » March 26th, 2018, 4:22 am

The crash originally occurred in 1.13.11. I don't have a mid-scenario save, since it's a talking only scene.

After the crash occurred, I loaded the same game in 1.13.12. The crash occurred again. Then I tried the campaign fresh in 1.13.12, and I used debug cn to go to Return to Oldwood, where the crash recurred with the same message (about the portrait being the wrong size).

This is the second time I've had a non-reproducible bug, so I suspect my system is somehow at fault. I will be more cautious before posting bug reports in the future for that reason.

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Re: Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

Post by SigurdFireDragon » March 27th, 2018, 2:48 am

MathBrush wrote:
March 26th, 2018, 4:22 am
I don't have a mid-scenario save, since it's a talking only scene.
:doh: that's right. oops

what resolution is your monitor/system at & what resolution are you running the game at? & are you on full screen or not?
and
have you tried redownloading the installer & reinstalling?
Those are the only other things I can think of at the moment that might help/identify something

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Re: Crash in 1.13.11/1.13.12 on TRoW-7 Return to Oldwood

Post by Inky » March 27th, 2018, 3:15 am

I used debug to get to S7 and got the exact same error message in Mathbrush's first post. I'm using Windows 10 fullscreen, running wesnoth at 1280x720.
EDIT: wesnoth version 1.13.12

It looks like the portraits are too tall to fit on the screen - both rithrandil.png and rithrandil-winter.png have dimensions 500 x 727, so shrinking those portraits should fix it.
Commented playthroughs with screenshots:
Let's Play Dead Water, Let's Play Invasion from the Unknown and Let's Play After the Storm (in progress)

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