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intro videos aren't randomized #1

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arnoldsecret opened this Issue Jan 8, 2019 · 6 comments

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arnoldsecret commented Jan 8, 2019

even with the intro settings untouched it still doesn't want to play random video, it just plays whatever attract wants to, console was no help at all.

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keilmillerjr commented Jan 8, 2019

Can you expand on “it just plays whatever attract wants to”?

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arnoldsecret commented Jan 8, 2019

It only plays one video despite many videos present in one folder.

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keilmillerjr commented Jan 8, 2019

If you set video path to a folder path, it will choose a random video within the folder.

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arnoldsecret commented Jan 8, 2019

it seems that a random video will definitely play in different time intervals, was expecting a random video to play everytime I execute attract.exe.

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keilmillerjr commented Jan 8, 2019

Good catch! I bet squirrel is generating the same seed each time. I bet if I combine it with time it will resolve this. I’ll work on this after some sleep. Thank you!

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keilmillerjr commented Jan 10, 2019

helpers-module v1.0.2 contains a fix to resolve the not so random videos issue. Thank you @arnoldsecret for pointing that out to me.

https://github.com/keilmillerjr/helpers-module/releases/tag/v1.0.2

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