QUOTE (Titanhex @ Sep 22 2011, 05:13 PM)
Sounds to me like you're trying to convert a nil value into an integer, usually by applying a method that must take an integer.
My guess is whatever variable you're trying to manipulate, it has no value tied to it. Try tying a value to the variable in question.
You can find out what variable is causing this by checking your starting point map. Or, you can check your scripts to see if you didn't set them up right, or put in a bad value.
In a case like this it helps to list your scripts you're using and links to them. Putting them in textbins and linking to them can help if you can't find the original site for them.
Also, does this happen immediately when you go to play the game, when you hit new game, when you load a game, etc?
The problem was probably that I messed up when I was readjusting the scripts in my game last night. It gave me the error when I loaded a game or started a new one, but I thought it might be the map or the starting event on the map so I made a new map and started there with no events and the same thing happened all ready.
As I said above, I all ready deleted the script file, so I'll have to put the scripts I was using back in, but this time when I'm changing them for my game I'll make sure they work before I move on to another one.
Thanks both of you for helping me to figure this out.
This post has been edited by Under: Sep 22 2011, 02:29 PM