When you have a script-related issue, there are things that you can do to help others help you. 1. Reproduce the problem You should do this before you report the problem. Nothing's worse than reporting a problem, only to realize that it was something completely different. Create a new project and then recreate the issue you're having. This allows you to isolate the problem so that you are sure the problem you are having is where you believe it occurs. You might even solve the problem yourself while you're at it. 2. Make a new topic Rather than asking your question in another topic, consider creating a new topic describing your problem. If there's a topic for the script, you can try asking the question there, but it is typically faster to get support when you go to the support forums. 3. Describe the issue (from Mouser) Don't just say what the program tells you: Tell us what you were doing or trying to do when the error occurred. Does it happen with certain items? Where did those items come from? Talking with a certain NPC - which lines did you choose? In battle? What skills were you using and against what mobs does it happen? etc... 4. Post links to the scripts If you haven't changed the scripts that are causing problems, provide a link to the source if one is available. If the crash only occurs after you have made your changes, for example certain configuration options or you've added new lines to address compatibility issues, indicate clearly what the changes are and what changes to make. 5. Provide a demo project When you have managed to reproduce the problem in your new project, you will have a demo ready to go. If you still haven't solved the problem, you can choose to share this. Decreasing file size Use RTP resources when possible. Only provide custom resources if they are required. Exclude scripts that are not related to the problem. Sharing your demo Attach your project to the forums as a zip file. If it's too big, use file-sharing sites that do not require users to wait to download, such as skydrive, dropbox, or box. Sharing only data files For advanced users. In RM, it isn't necessary to upload the entire demo project, especially if we're all using the same default project. If you choose to do this, you might need to tell others how to reproduce the problem with those files. Basically, you would zip up your data folder and then share that instead of sharing the entire project. Others can create a new project and then replace the data files with your files. This results in a very small file to share.