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I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 6 days ago #226307

  • spewy
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Can't be 100% sure this is a Linux only problem, but it's happening on my Linux install of Lwks only, and please don't shoot me down for a menial issue!

Lucy isn't swimming. If you drag her to another part of the screen, she just sits there instead. This might of happened only after I pressed tools---> set default position.

Anyway, I'm rather worried as Sharks need to move to ensure flow through their gills.

How to get her swimming again?

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Re: I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 6 days ago #226308

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spewy wrote:
How to get her swimming again?


Answer... make a new room...

Perhaps it's just a Linux bug. Dunno.. It's the world's most benign bug anyway..

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Re: I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 6 days ago #226312

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Issues like this usually don't survive a computer restart. Have you tried restarting already?
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Re: I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 5 days ago #226322

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hugly wrote:
Issues like this usually don't survive a computer restart. Have you tried restarting already?


It's a known fact that the 'technical reset' fixes 98% of all known engineering issues... but alas, not this one.

It's more for my three year old daughter. Since I've been prodding around with Lightworks again, she's been coming into my edit suite shouting 'Sharky! Sharky!" and wanting to gobble up windows with Lucy..

I can live with a lazy shark.

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Re: I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 5 days ago #226326

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spewy wrote:
It's more for my three year old daughter. Since I've been prodding around with Lightworks again, she's been coming into my edit suite shouting 'Sharky! Sharky!" and wanting to gobble up windows with Lucy..




Hope that Sharky will get diligent as usual in a new project.
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Re: I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 5 days ago #226327

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I have visions of your daughter when she's a little older and has worked out how to start Lightworks sharking all sorts of things. I hope you keep good backups!

Re: I have a lazy Lucy... 2 weeks, 5 days ago #226332

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spewy wrote:
Answer... make a new room...

I hope you removed the old room just in case Lucy floated in contaminated and contagious waters.

Lucy does not dare to go into the waters of the fixed layout, presumably because there is no water exchange there.
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Software: Lightworks 2020.1.1 & Beta 2021.x; || Windows 10 Home 1909, 64 Bit
Hardware: Intel i5-4440 (3,1 GHz); || RAM: 8 GB; || Intel HD Graphics 4600 (can use max. 2 GB of shared RAM)
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