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    Timetable Editor (Contrib) - unable to ZIP timetable - giving access violation error

    The included timetable editor in OpenRails (both stable and testing) is giving access violation error when I try to ZIP the timetable file (along with consists and paths). Happens both when I run as normal user and as administrator. Does anybody else have this issue?
    My YouTube channel for Rail and other simming: https://www.youtube.com/@creativeSimGamer/

    #2
    Are you trying to zip the timetable you have open?
    If yes, you cannot read a locked file, the timetable file is open for write hence the access violation.

    If no, we will wait.

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      #3
      Yes, I was. Thanks for the suggestion. Will try without opening the timetable file.
      My YouTube channel for Rail and other simming: https://www.youtube.com/@creativeSimGamer/

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        #4
        I use 7zip to unpack and pack Timetable files in the Timetable Editor tools https://www.7-zip.org/
        https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...SIYbL4sRM-VMd7

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          #5
          The timetable zip option is disabled when no timetable file is selected. It seems to be enabled only when a timetable file is open. Also there is no option to choose another timetable file to zip.

          Originally posted by mnowosad View Post
          I use 7zip to unpack and pack Timetable files in the Timetable Editor tools https://www.7-zip.org/
          That's right ,but one has to manually select all the paths and consists used to include in the timetable right? This is extra work.
          My YouTube channel for Rail and other simming: https://www.youtube.com/@creativeSimGamer/

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            #6
            Hmm... this access violation error is only happening for the particular timetable file I am selecting.
            My YouTube channel for Rail and other simming: https://www.youtube.com/@creativeSimGamer/

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              #7
              Its not running in OR is it? That will give an access violation.

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                #8
                Originally posted by derekmorton View Post
                Its not running in OR is it? That will give an access violation.
                Should I launch the executable stand alone instead of from OpenRails menu?
                My YouTube channel for Rail and other simming: https://www.youtube.com/@creativeSimGamer/

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                  #9
                  You cannot have it running when trying to zip it.

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                    #10
                    This seems an issue only with one particular timetable file. Others seem to work ok.
                    My YouTube channel for Rail and other simming: https://www.youtube.com/@creativeSimGamer/

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