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Old 10-22-2009, 11:40 AM   #1
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Default gsAssembler v2.0.1 red X's in parameters

We've just installed v2.0.01 gsAssembler to assemble our 454 data. When we create or view any existing projects, the Parameters tab has a red X next to each field as if the value entered is incorrect, even though they're fine (in fact they're the default values). We can't proceed with the assembly because of this. We don't have this problem with v.1 of the software. Anyone else seen this?

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Seen it once when we moved an assembly project or reference files manually to another location. The software keeps track of your latest file locations (it uses a . folder in your home folder (.assembler)). When you've manually moved something and a path becomes invalid we saw that our parameters turned red and we could no longer do a run.
Solution was to simply remove the cache in your home folder.
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