@Hepps Looks good.
I am running stable and pre-releases side by side without issues, but I cannot reproduce that issue with only the stable installed.
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@Hepps Can you try to execute this from the current stable:
-Exit TripleA (shut down)
-Start a new Local Game (any will do)
-When the game has started find the Menu Debug and then click Show Console
-When the Console has opened, click the button Properties
-Then click Copy to Clipboard
-Paste in this thread
@Hepps Works fine here. What I notice from your screenshot is that you likely have installed the current stable into a folder called "TripleA Prerelease"
So maybe you accidentally mixed up installation folders.
While the current stable needs Java 8, the current pre-releases need Java 11. And Java 11 is bundled with the current pre-releases.
Maybe that is the problem...
Still I think the reason is this:
@beelee The error is caused by a reference to the folder
that does not exist inside the map-structure.
Do you remember how that reference might have been included?
... unless the error message is not totally misleading. But I have no idea where the incorrect reference has its origin.
... I am not sure where "Html" is used in that context, either.