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  • #165031
    micahgardner
    Participant

      Can I get some help with this error that is showing up almost every action:


      Message: InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:240: attempt to index local ‘info’ (a nil value)
      Time: Wed Jul 14 09:11:37 2021
      Count: 7
      Stack: InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:240: attempt to index local ‘info’ (a nil value)
      [string “@InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua”]:240: in function <InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:237>
      [string “=[C]”]: in function `SetupWorldQuestButton’
      [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:365: in function `SetupAutoGuidePOIButton’
      [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:995: in function <InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua:819>
      [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:1324: in function `PopulateSmallFrame’
      [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:1869: in function `UpdateSmallFrame’
      [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZDugisGuideViewer.lua”]:5736: in function `?’
      [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZDugisGuideViewer.lua”]:200: in function <…erfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZDugisGuideViewer.lua:166>
      [string “=[C]”]: ?
      Locals: button = <unnamed> {
       0 = <userdata>
       Glow = <unnamed> {
       }
       TimeLowFrame = <unnamed> {
       }
       SelectedGlow = <unnamed> {
       }
       CriteriaMatchGlow = <unnamed> {
       }
       Underlay = <unnamed> {
       }
       SpellTargetGlow = <unnamed> {
       }
       Texture = <unnamed> {
       }
      }
      info = nil
      inProgress = true
      selected = false
      isCriteria = nil
      isSpellTarget = nil
      isEffectivelyTracked = nil
      (*temporary) = <function> defined =[C]:-1
      (*temporary) = <unnamed> {
       0 = <userdata>
      }
      (*temporary) = false
      (*temporary) = <userdata>
      (*temporary) = nil
      (*temporary) = nil
      (*temporary) = nil
      (*temporary) = “attempt to index local ‘info’ (a nil value)”
      ApplyStandardTexturesToPOI = <function> defined @InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:213
      ApplyAtlasTexturesToPOI = <function> defined @InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:196
      #169302
      Dugi
      Keymaster

        hi can you test with only dugi enabled and confirm the version you’re using in the addon menu 

        #169308
        micahgardner
        Participant

          I disabled all addons except Dugi and checked my version (8.973 because I updated since posting this). Still popped the Lua as soon as I clicked anything – this time it was the mission table but interacting with any buttons or NPCs appears to do the same. Here’s another pull of the error:


          Message: InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:240: attempt to index local ‘info’ (a nil value)
          Time: Thu Jul 15 12:06:55 2021
          Count: 1
          Stack: InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:240: attempt to index local ‘info’ (a nil value)
          [string “@InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua”]:240: in function <InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:237>
          [string “=[C]”]: in function `SetupWorldQuestButton’
          [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:365: in function `SetupAutoGuidePOIButton’
          [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:995: in function <InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua:819>
          [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:1324: in function `PopulateSmallFrame’
          [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZSmallFrame.lua”]:1869: in function `UpdateSmallFrame’
          [string “@InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZGuides.lua”]:7118: in function <InterfaceAddOnsDugisGuideViewerZGuides.lua:7115>
          [string “@InterfaceSharedXMLC_TimerAugment.lua”]:16: in function <InterfaceSharedXMLC_TimerAugment.lua:14>
          Locals: button = <unnamed> {
           0 = <userdata>
           Glow = <unnamed> {
           }
           TimeLowFrame = <unnamed> {
           }
           SelectedGlow = <unnamed> {
           }
           CriteriaMatchGlow = <unnamed> {
           }
           Underlay = <unnamed> {
           }
           SpellTargetGlow = <unnamed> {
           }
           Texture = <unnamed> {
           }
          }
          info = nil
          inProgress = true
          selected = false
          isCriteria = nil
          isSpellTarget = nil
          isEffectivelyTracked = nil
          (*temporary) = <function> defined =[C]:-1
          (*temporary) = <unnamed> {
           0 = <userdata>
          }
          (*temporary) = false
          (*temporary) = <userdata>
          (*temporary) = nil
          (*temporary) = nil
          (*temporary) = nil
          (*temporary) = “attempt to index local ‘info’ (a nil value)”
          ApplyStandardTexturesToPOI = <function> defined @InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:213
          ApplyAtlasTexturesToPOI = <function> defined @InterfaceFrameXMLQuestUtils.lua:196
          #169309
          Dugi
          Keymaster

            not able to replicate this issue, can you try typing /dugi fix and select yes to reload
            otherwise try loading the installer > settings > click repair button > reinstall 

            #169311
            micahgardner
            Participant

              Nah. I don’t want to lose all my settings and gear scoring again using /dugi fix. Although, I used the repair function in the installer and it seemed to work; I had to point it to my wow directory again for some reason. It appears to be working now without error (still have that pesky “cant move the little map window bug” everyone always mentions but it’s better than not using it.). Thanks for the reminder of the reinstall function!

              #169312
              Dugi
              Keymaster

                try latest version now 

                sorry I should have pointed out that the repair function will also remove settings same as /dugi fix 

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