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Autonomous Copy-Paste Problem 
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Post Autonomous Copy-Paste Problem
Ok, here is the problem.
I am running RobotC 1.46 for Mindstorms, and am working on the autonomous program. I had a autonomous program that was functional, but when I saved it into a new file and downloaded it, it refused to run. When selected from the debugger, it would list "Clearing bkpts" and stay there, with no reaction on the NXT. When selected from the NXT, the screen scrolls down (the selections animation occurs), but it returns to the screen pre-click.

It shoudl not be a download problem, as I have reconnected to the NXT several times.

Files are attached.
Thank you,
eagle

Team 3216


Attachments:
File comment: Original Working File
Tursiops Autonomous.c [2.73 KiB]
Downloaded 219 times
File comment: Copied File
autonomousV1.91.c [2.65 KiB]
Downloaded 200 times
Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:46 am
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Post Re: Autonomous Copy-Paste Problem
Remove the '.' (period) from within your file name and the program will run.

There's a minor bug in the NXT firmware where it expects the file extension immediately after the first period in the filename. This is now fixed and will be delivered in version 1.50.


Mon Dec 22, 2008 2:50 pm
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Post Re: Autonomous Copy-Paste Problem
I'm getting the same problem despite my filename being all alpha-numeric. Its "auto1rev1rightFloor.c"


Wed Feb 04, 2009 2:09 pm
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