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    Guild Member sigurdbjohansson's Avatar
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    Help Having some problems with Wilbur..

    Hi everybody....

    I am currently trying out the "Photoshop Mapping With Chuck" tut, but when I try the "Filter> Erosion > Incise Flow" step, the program (Wilbur) crashes on me..

    Any program experts out there able to help me?
    Or maybe someone has a patch or fix or something??
    My version is 1.71.00.00. (Windows XP SP3)

    edit: just installed version 1.72, but still no go...... heeeelp meeeee
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    Is it an actual crash, or does it just seem to be "hanging in limbo?" If it is an actual crash, I imagine that Waldronate (Wilbur Author) will be along at some point, but will probably need more information before he'll be able to help you out. If, on the other hand, you are using a fairly large file and getting that "hanging in limbo" sort of thing, just try to be patient. A lot of the files I use are in the 4k by 4k range, and I've had to wait as much as 2 hours for the incise flow process to complete, particularly on exceptionally rough surfaces.

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    Yep......
    Just like you said.....
    Working on a pretty big map, and when I excercized my "patience-muscle" it worked fine...

    Thanks...
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    No problem. Glad to hear things worked out.

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