Spindaboy

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Whenever I save the game I get the error, "Uncaught TypeError: undefined is not a function" and then it freezes. The game still saves, but this obviously a big problem.
 

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Well, that happened to me, and I think the problem is that the plugin requires the 1.2.0 or higher version of MV to work, and if you updated MV but you're using the plugin in a project made with a previous version, the plugin is not going to work.


You need to create a new project and transfer your resources there.


(I don't know if you can tranfer the data of the project, since that could cause the plugin not to work again... So you'll have to ask someone else about that.)
 

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Well, that happened to me, and I think the problem is that the plugin requires the 1.2.0 or higher version of MV to work, and if you updated MV but you're using the plugin in a project made with a previous version, the plugin is not going to work.

That would make sense lol. I'm using version 1.0.0.
 

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