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    In reference to the log report, /Users/paulbourke/Desktop/minimum/Test.app/Contents/Frameworks/VuoRunner.framework/Versions/2/Modules/liboai.dylib does exist.

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    A small correction, I said "The mtl and jpg texture are in the package contents." , not so, the texture wasn't included. But manually adding it doesn't solve the problem.

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    Exported app fails to launch if OBJ file loaded

    Status: 

    Vuo version: 

    OS version: 

    • macOS 12

    CPU architecture: 

    Intel x86_64

    How severely does this bug affect you?: 

    ●●●○ — It prevents me from completing a specific task with Vuo.

    Steps causing the bug to occur: 

    1. See attached "minimum" composition.
    2. Runs fine. When exporting as an app it fails, error message and log attached.
    3. Remove the obj load and exported app runs fine.

    Have you found a workaround?: 

    No ... and I'm desperate. :-)

    Other notes: 

    I suspect it where the mtl and texture file are being searched for? Poor error though. The mtl and jpg texture are in the package contents.

    Screenshots: 

    Compositions: 

    AttachmentSize
    Package icon minimum.zip7.74 MB

    Crash reports: 

    AttachmentSize
    Plain text icon logmessage.txt48.47 KB
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    Paul posted a new Feature Request, “Popup menu UI node
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    Inconsistency between "Save Data" node and "Fetch Data" node.

    Status: 

    Vuo version: 

    Fixed in Vuo version: 

    OS version: 

    • macOS 11

    CPU architecture: 

    Intel x86_64

    How severely does this bug affect you?: 

    ●●●○ — It prevents me from completing a specific task with Vuo.

    Steps causing the bug to occur: 

    1. Create a composition that reads a file with "Fetch data" and saves a file with "Save data"
    2. Use relative path filenames
    3. Save as an app

    The app will read the file from the Contents/Resources folder inside the application package as it suggests it should from the "vuo.url" documentation. BUT when saving the saved file appears at the same location as the application.

    This would seem to preclude the ability to have a settings file one can save things to so they can be retrieved the next time the application is run.

    Have you found a workaround?: 

    Only by manually copying the saved file back into the Contents/Resources folder.

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