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Crash with animania and morph-o-tool #3459

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Dalethium opened this Issue Apr 15, 2018 · 1 comment

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Dalethium commented Apr 15, 2018

Crash log

Minecraft Version: 1.12.2
Forge Version: 14.23.3.2666
AE Version: rv5-stable-11
Morph-o-tool Version: 1.2-16
Animania: 1.4.7

I check for updates multiple times a day with this pack so everything should be up to date.

Alright so, I was in a spatial storage cell dimension, I was using my morph-o-tool with the ae networking tool installed, I switched hands (thereby making the morph-o-tool stay in the ae item mode) and I right clicked my hamster from animania with a empty hand, it removed the hamster ball (not sure if that's important but I know I like details for bug fixes) -- then I switched back to my morph-o-tool (still in a.e. networking tool mode) and accidentally right clicked the same hamster, my game crashed instantly.

If you need any more information let me know, I keep all logs so if there's anything I missed let me know!

Good luck!

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GuntherDW commented Apr 24, 2018

This is happening because the BlockPos object it got back from the RayTraceResult is null.
We'll have to find out why exactly this is happening.

EDIT: Looks like when the RayTraceResult is from an entity the BlockPos isn't filled in properly.

This bug affects older 1.10 builds as well apparently.

The issue has to do with the tool, not the morph-o-tool or the hamster by the way. This happens with just AE2 alone as well. Right clicking on example a sheep or pig with the tool will crash in the same spot.

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