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Posted by kelleychambers at Dec 1, 2018, 6:25:58 AM
shock   SH3D Crashes when Exporting to HTML
Installed the SH3D "Export to HTML " plugin from the SH3D website. Using Sweethome 3D Mac App Store version 6.01. After installing the plugin successfully, I rebooted the app.

When I go to "Tools" and select "Export to HTML", the plugin crashes the app.. every. single. TIME!

Here are the crash log deets .

How can I get this to stop crashing?!?!?!

Posted by kelleychambers at Apr 29, 2020, 6:17:54 AM
Re: SH3D Crashes when Exporting to HTML
I'm STILL having THE EXACT SAME problems over a year later... and not a SOUL has replied, fixed the problem or updated the plugin. Is this plugin dead or what????

Posted by Puybaret at Apr 29, 2020, 9:51:32 AM
Re: SH3D Crashes when Exporting to HTML
No need to complain everywhere, I gave a solution here.
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Emmanuel Puybaret, Sweet Home 3D developer

Posted by kelleychambers at May 5, 2020, 8:27:00 AM
angry   Re: SH3D Crashes when Exporting to HTML
No need to complain everywhere, I gave a solution here.


I'm not complaining everywhere. I'm complaining where I think someone will see it and help me through the continual error messages. Furthermore, I have replied to your previous reply and like I said, it may be AN ANSWER but it's not THE ANSWER. I'm STILL having trouble in both versions now with an additional error message. I'm about ready to throw my iMac across the room... and it's brand freaking new!!!!

Posted by Puybaret at May 5, 2020, 11:56:28 AM
Re: SH3D Crashes when Exporting to HTML
What is the problem with using Sweet Home 3D JS Viewer? It's the same JavaScript libraries as the ones in Exporting to HTML5 plug-in.
If Apple continues to remove permissions to the developers, this might be the only really usable solution at the end, unless I integrate the plug-in in Sweet Home 3D itself, but I would prefer not going towards this solution.
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Emmanuel Puybaret, Sweet Home 3D developer