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Run-time error: 75

When i'm going to compile to .bgl a window appear and it says:

Run-time error: "75"
Path/File access error

I created all this library manually in ObPlacer, it contains the effects for all my taxi lights.


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Indeed, i just realised i lost all my work, although i had saved everything!:confused: When i open the file now i have just 7 objects in the list, i can't believe this....

I don't remember I have seen this error before. Have you been able to compile bgl files before?

Else you might want to try to install outside of the program files folder. Windows limits the right there.

It's always a good idea to save the xml before compiling so nothing gets lost in case of trouble.
If you install outside of program files the admin permission is not even needed. When I developed the tool windows 7 and UAC didn't exists yet :)