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  • 1.  XPression GO! Scripting

    Posted 14 days ago

    Hi there,

    I am working for another production outside of my main job. I have been asked to build a show on a brand new XPression GO! unit. I normally work on an XPression Studio v10.

    While building this new show on the XPression GO! I attempted to use script edit on a few elements. I write my scripting but when I go to compile it, 2 errors pop up; one is an XPression error about memory, the 2nd is an error about being unable to write a file.

    Is there something about the GO! that would prevent me from scripting? I thought if it was not an installed option it would have been greyed out and I wouldn't even be able to get to a point were I am writing the script.

    Or, is there something I need to repair or setup correctly to make my scripting work?

    Any insight on this would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!



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    Ed
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  • 2.  RE: XPression GO! Scripting

    Posted 14 days ago

    Sounds familiar to a problem on another broadcast system.

    Scripting fails if you do not "Run as Administrator".

    Different software, same problem. ???

    Launch software with a right click to get a menu and the Administrator option.



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    Azathoth
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  • 3.  RE: XPression GO! Scripting

    Ross Staff
    Posted 11 days ago

    It sounds like something is wrong with the install of the XPression software or something is blocking the script cache from being built. 

    I would try:

    • reinstalling XPression
    • checking Programs and Features to make sure that .Net Framework 3.5 is being being installed by the XPression installer 
    • disabling "on access file scanning" on any anti-virus that has been installed
    • checking the script cache folder location and making sure the user is allowed to write to it, or changing its location as a test
      • XPression > Edit > Preferences > On Disk Cache > Script Engine > Path