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darivalex

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This error is has been happening during my renders, but i only started to see it after updating to V2plus. In the topic linked i believe it says in another link that the problem was fixed, but as for now i just click no to continue rendering.


http://supodiumforum.websitetoolbox.com/post/render-all-stop-script-error-message-6042402?highlight=renderall+error
davew

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Are you using RenderAll in V2 Plus?  Is this when you see a Scripting error message.
Can you screen capture the message and post and confirm if this is related to RenderAll?

I have not seen a scripting error with RenderAll and V2Plus since the UI was changed.  The UI is not a web dialog box anymore.  The Windows script error message had to do with the SketchUp web dialog...at least so we though.

Also, what SU version, What OS are you using and can you check to see what version of SU Podium you are using?  Click on SU Podium's About menu.
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SketchUp Pro 8.0.16846

Su Podium V2 2.16.910 (which is the V2plus beta, correct?)

Windows 7 Pro

Trying to rerender the same model (with reduced material properties, which i like that you guys added a simple way to remove) now for a screen capture, but i was doing this all with geo caching off due to another known error (the first scene renders then the rest of the scenes get rendered immediately as blanks). If that extra info helps.
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Opened the web browser for version info and only after the error occurred for capture.
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Scripting Error.png 
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So you are runing renderall?  If so, is this the RenderAll from within SU Podium V2 menu?  It would be directly under the Render menu in the SU Podium V2 pull down menu.  It's possible that you are running the old RenderAll.  The old RenderAll might still be getting loaded because it was not deleted.

Give me a screen shoot of your RenderAll dialog box.  This will tell me which version you are running.
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RenderAll Menu.png
 

RenderAll Menu Previous.png 

The first image is the menu being used during the screen capture.

The second is what is being used currently on another machine, that hasn't seen this scripting error. What i was also using before updating.

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Hi, this does look like the V2 RenderAll and not the V2Plus renderall.  This difference is subtle but the new UI is not a web dialog.  The one you showed me is a EXTJS web dialog, (it seems).  You can tell by the row lines. 

Not sure if you are on Windows or the Mac, but I would recommend removing SU Podium V2.16.910 and reinstalling it.

But what you need to do is remove all SU Podium related folders/ files.

There is a description here:
http://www.suplugins.com/help/win-uninstall.php
Go to the Manual sections.

Manually removing. Go to c:\program files (x86) \sketchup\ Sketchup 2013\plugins\ Delete all the SU_Podium_xx files and folders. These will be SU_Podium_V2.rbs, SU_Podium_Browser.rbs, SU_Podium_RenderAll.rbs (if it is present), SUPodium_SectionTool.rb, EditInPlace.rbs (if they are present). The following folders need to be removed as well: SU_Podium_V2, PodiumSections (if present). Manually deleting these folders and files will be the most effectively way uninstall SU Podium V2.

Then install again from this page -http://www.suplugins.com/version2plus.php

I hope that's the cause.  The fact that we are now using Windows native API for the UI and not a browser based UI (web dialogs) should solve the scripting error problem.

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darivalex

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Apparently I had renderall.rb still in the plugins folder, sorry for the confusion I thought I had completely removed everything prior to updating. Could of all been avoided if I had just checked the folder again.. Thank you very much for your help and time.
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