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    Default Error "Object reference not set to an instance of an ob

    Hello NetRemote-Team and -friends

    First let me congratulate to the great netremote-software. I'm very lucky about the possibilities of this software... :lol:
    But know my question:
    I know, i'm not the first user with this problem, but the other posts couldn't solve my problem yet.
    When I start the Netremote designer then i get the following error:
    "Object reference not set to an instance of an object" ( english translation).
    Attached is the designer.log.
    I m use a registered Version (1.1.0.44) of Netremote Pro +IR.
    The designer is installed on the same pc like netremote but in a another directory .
    I have tried to start the designer with the new new-pro_480x640.ccf and with the older skin "nrpro.ccf" from NR-Version 1.1.0.38. But no way, it' allways the same error.
    I'm also use girder in version 3.2 together with IR-trans.
    Perhaps someone have any ideas or experiences with this error ???
    The use of tonto with the new skins (1.1.0.44) isn't very intuitively, so i hope soon to use NR-Designer....
    Many thanks for any help...

    automator
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    I'm not sure why this is happening to some people (it doesn't happen here in the lab), but nonetheless I have a workaround which I will be posting shortly.

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    Hi Ben,

    thanks for your reply and your help.
    I have also installed the NR Designer on an another PC unfortunately with the same error....

    regards
    automator

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    Did you try the new version posted last evening? It should correct this issue.

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    I have installed the new version of NR Designer.
    But nothing has changed.... here is the Log:

    • Connecting to NetRemote object
      Creating CoNetRemoteHelper
      Creating CoNetRemote
      Getting Namespace
      Getting plugins
      Getting configuration from registry
      Creating ElementProperties reusable window
      There was an uncaught exception initializing the application
      Der Objektverweis wurde nicht auf eine Objektinstanz festgelegt. at com.promixis.Controls.ActionDesignerControl.LoadPl uginTree()
      at com.promixis.Forms.ElementProperties..ctor(NRIEdit orControl parent)
      at com.promixis.Controls.NRIEditorControl..ctor(NRIEd itorForm parent)
      at com.promixis.Forms.NRIEditorForm.OpenFile(String filename)
      at com.promixis.Forms.NRIEditorForm..ctor()
      at com.promixis.Forms.NRIEditorForm.Main(String[] argv)


    At least the following errors did not arise any longer:
    • Error adding plugin action to action list : System.ArgumentException: Das Element wurde bereits hinzugefügt. Schlüssel im Wörterbuch: "1.8" Hinzuzufügender Schlüssel: "1.8"
      at System.Collections.Hashtable.Insert(Object key, Object nvalue, Boolean add)
      at System.Collections.Hashtable.Add(Object key, Object value)
      at com.promixis.NetRemotePluginWrapper..ctor(INetRemo tePlugin plugin, Int32 id[/code]


    regards

    harald

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    Can you please export and send me the contents of your HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\NetRemote registry entry, as well as tell me what files are in your plugin directory?

    I'm assuming Der Objektverweis wurde nicht auf eine Objektinstanz festgelegt is something about the object being null, right?

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    Hi Ben,

    >I'm assuming Der Objektverweis wurde nicht auf eine Objektinstanz festgelegt is something about the object being null, right?

    The english translation is:
    "Object reference not set to an instance of an object."
    I think that means an invalid pointer ( i.e. reference).

    Attached you find the registry-key.
    these are the files in the
    C:\Programme\NetRemote\plugins- Directory:
    drv_avidutils.dll
    drv_generic.dll
    drv_girder.dll
    drv_ir.dll
    drv_mediabridge.dll
    drv_nrbasic.dll
    drv_webbrowser.dll
    drv_wol.dll
    drv_zoom.dll
    I hope i could help you...

    regards
    harald
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    Okay Harald. Let us diagnose and we'll get back to you.

    Thanks!

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    I've encountered this editing an existing CCF. The error started occurring when I deleted some existing page groups from the CCF. If I revert to a previous version of the CCF (which still has those page groups), everything seems to work OK.

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    Problem solved in my case: Deleting the pages didn't cause the open instance of those pages to close. Once I closed those tabs, life was good again . Probably not helpful for the instances that others are seeing, but still something worth fixing.

    Cheers,
    Tim

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