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    ZC player is not working anymore since Beta 9

    Hi guys, I can't get Zelda to open at all. When I click Launch ZC, the screen blacks out for a split second as ZC closes immediately leaving the debug console opened. It's saying ZQuest classic player 2.53.1... Press any key to end without explaining what just happened. I checked everything as usual, running it on windowed and driver is set to DirectDraw. Everything is set like it's supposed to. Any reasons why?

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    Did you download the full package from zeldaclassic.com? If so, did you modify any files? If so, which ones?

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    The only printf I see that prints "Press any key to end..." is in the int main of ConsoleLoggerHelper.cpp

    We are discussing how to improve the error reporting here:

    https://www.armageddongames.net/show...xe-args-syntax

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