Errorlog location

I turned on the Audit Trail and after restarting the module a message came up to see errorlog for more information but no indication of where the errorlog is located.

OK, I found it and here is the pertinent part of the errorlog:

2022-02-02 13:19:02,213 [27244-SwingWorker-pool-2-thread-4] INFO VASSAL.launch.AbstractLaunchAction - Loading module file C:\VASSAL Modules-Master\BCS Last Blitzkrieg\BCS-01-v511.vmod
2022-02-02 13:19:02,433 [27244-SwingWorker-pool-2-thread-4] INFO VASSAL.launch.TilingHandler - No images to tile.
2022-02-02 13:19:02,434 [27244-SwingWorker-pool-2-thread-4] INFO VASSAL.launch.AbstractLaunchAction - Loading module BCS-Last Blitzkrieg
2022-02-02 13:19:02,435 [27244-SwingWorker-pool-2-thread-4] INFO VASSAL.tools.io.ProcessLauncher - launching C:\Program Files\VASSAL-3.6.4\jre\bin\java -Xms512M -Xmx512M -Duser.home=C:\Users\Jim -Duser.dir=C:\Program Files\VASSAL-3.6.4 -cp lib\Vengine.jar VASSAL.launch.Editor --edit – C:\VASSAL Modules-Master\BCS Last Blitzkrieg\BCS-01-v511.vmod
2022-02-02 13:19:03,191 [26208-main] INFO VASSAL.launch.StartUp - Starting
2022-02-02 13:19:03,204 [26208-main] INFO VASSAL.launch.StartUp - OS Windows 10 10.0 amd64
2022-02-02 13:19:03,204 [26208-main] INFO VASSAL.launch.StartUp - Java version 17.0.1
2022-02-02 13:19:03,204 [26208-main] INFO VASSAL.launch.StartUp - Java home C:\Program Files\VASSAL-3.6.4\jre
2022-02-02 13:19:03,204 [26208-main] INFO VASSAL.launch.StartUp - VASSAL version 3.6.4
2022-02-02 13:19:03,204 [26208-main] INFO VASSAL.launch.Launcher - Editor
2022-02-02 13:19:06,089 [26208-AWT-EventQueue-0] INFO VASSAL.build.GameModule - BCS-Last Blitzkrieg version v5.11
2022-02-02 13:19:06,131 [26208-AWT-EventQueue-0] WARN VASSAL.tools.ErrorDialog - Source: (No Image) Error: Image not found. See the errorlog for more details.

Not seeing anything here to help me find the “Image not found”

The image not being found is called ‘No Image’. Is this an old module you are trying to update?

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Thanks, Brent. I opened the build file and was able to find the counter with the problem and fix it. The phrase “No Image” was what was throwing me. I thought it meant it couldn’t find the image. :slightly_smiling_face:

Thanks again.

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Just keeping you on your toes:)

And you aren’t going mad, There was a bug fixed back in 3.5.2 that could cause the Image name in a piece to be replaced by ‘(No Image)’. So there may be more than a few modules with references to ‘(No Image)’.

At least I know where to look now. :wink: