Answered OMSI 2 Editor: "Division durch Null" Error!

Jun 28, 2018
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Hello everyone,

Just yesterday I started using the OMSI 2 Editor, and just a few minutes ago, I've tried placing my first road.
First, I've imported a road. I tried hitting N, nothing happened except for the "z:" number flickering between 0 and 1.34598 or something.
I then clicked on the terrain, and it either gives me the Division durch Null. error, or the
Zugriffsverletzung bei Adresse 00828140 in Modul 'Omsi.exe'. Lesen von Adresse 000001F0. error, and it doesn't place anything.
When I tried placing a tree down with N, and then clicking, nothing happened, not even an error.
And no matter what I've selected, every time I hit N it makes that Windows 10 error sound.
I can't even save the map. The orange loading box, popped, it appeared to be saving, but then the Zuriffsverletzung bei Adresse 007A3A5A in Modul "Omsi.exe". Lesen von Adresse 000001AC. error came up.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
 
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For reference, the original error you got was a division by zero error - an impossible mathematical operation which most computer programs don't take well to.

It means somewhere in your map, something is zero that shouldn't be. If it was your own custom spline, that could be to do with a segment width or texture coordinate setting. If not try going into "do with whole map" and choose "find zero length splines"
 
Jun 28, 2018
1,394
Favourite Truck
Peterbilt
For reference, the original error you got was a division by zero error - an impossible mathematical operation which most computer programs don't take well to.

It means somewhere in your map, something is zero that shouldn't be. If it was your own custom spline, that could be to do with a segment width or texture coordinate setting. If not try going into "do with whole map" and choose "find zero length splines"
I see... thanks a lot for the info! :)