Best Answer apoisonedgift , 27 November 2014 - 02:15 PM
Hi apoisonedgift, I think you may have misunderstood me ! so in the interests of trying to help you further please allow me to clarify.
I agree with you that the volume control could possibly be the problem however, you cannot jump to conclusions based on one elements exhibited behaviour, the problem may lie elseware.
As for "0 code", if bbinterface is enabled (ticked) in the load plugin preferences even without any added elements then there is an active script "with code" in use and if no elements have been added to bbinterface then you will see the default bbinterface window on your desktop, so therefore if bbinterface is loaded then the script is in use regardless of any elements being added. What I was telling you to try was to just run bbinterface with it,s default settings (no added elements, (default bbinterface window only on your desktop) in order to establish that there are no faults with the basic core of the plugin, the fault may be a system fault, setting, a corrupt file or something conflicting with bbinterface but not necessarily bbinterface itself.
If after testing on default for a few days the script error does not appear then this should eliminate the basic plugin or variables peculiar to your system from the problem, then you can add other elements purely as a test (not the volume control) I suggest starting with a system monitoring element like the network monitor or cpu monitor, use something that will interact with the computer. I would give this configuration a decent period of use then finally add the volume element if that then causes the script error fault at least you will be sure of your facts, what I am trying to say is that any element could lead to the same end result, without trying others you cannot hang the volume control out to dry.However If just having bbinterface enabled with no added elements causes a script error fault then that's a different matter and you may need to try other solutions.
Just out of curiosity are you using Rainmeter ? as I have experienced problems when running Rainmeter and bbinterface at the same time although others have not.... just a thought.
If all the above fail and you decide the volume control must be the culprit then I think you will have to pm pitkon for further advice. I really hope you can find the cause of this problem and I suspect that we are not the only ones who have experienced it, others may have just given up are suffering in silence or have been less willing to seek help so I applaude you for that. Like I said I no longer use bbzero so I cannot test these diagnostics for myself, Please let me know how things go and as long as you don't mind I will continue to add my input.
All the best chalky
Hey Chalky. Thanks for the reply... I know it doesn't definitely mean it is the volume control
Since marking the script file as Read Only my problem seems to have stopped... so... yay I guess/ Just means I need to clear the read only tag if I wanna update it, or update it manually, but that shouldnt be an issue.
Also - nah, not Rainmeter use here.
Thanks again, but assuming it continues as it has for the last 4 days... I think I've resolved my issueGo to the full post