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Poser F.A.Q (Updated: 2019 Jan 31 1:28 pm)


 Subject: What does this mean?

A_Sunbeam opened this issue on Apr 04, 2019 · 8 posts

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  A_Sunbeam    ( ) ( posted at 2:26PM Thu, 04 April 2019 

It occurs quite often on my MacBook. Error.png


  freyfaxi62    ( ) ( posted at 2:34PM Thu, 04 April 2019  · @4349467

I get the same on my Win 10 system. Poser still seems to work OK ?


  A_Sunbeam    ( ) ( posted at 2:46PM Thu, 04 April 2019  · @4349469

i have to reset the library each time - breadcrumbs etc, to what I prefer.


  EClark1894    ( ) ( posted at 6:41AM Fri, 05 April 2019 · edited on 6:43AM Fri, 05 April 2019 · @4349497

Not really a programmer, but the problem intrigued me, so I looked it up on Google:

Under: "XML parsing error not well formed"

There were a number of answers. Check them out.

 https://www.patreon.com/PoserDirectory.

http://www.3DContentDirectory.com


  randym77    ( ) ( posted at 7:46AM Fri, 05 April 2019  · @4349498

I have this problem with Windows 10 as well. Poser seems to work just fine, so I've ignored it. For years. :-)

Some people have fixed it by deleting their preferences file, but that didn't work for me. I got the error on a brand-new, fresh installation on a new computer.

My guess is that some script that loads when Poser is started throws up this error because Poser isn't yet fully initialized when it runs. Some coders deal with this by building in a delay before their scripts start, but it sounds like it's basically a cosmetic issue. Poser and its scripts will work fine once Poser is done loading.


  A_Sunbeam    ( ) ( posted at 7:52AM Fri, 05 April 2019  · @4349499

Thank you; will do.


  ironsoul    ( ) ( posted at 11:38AM Fri, 05 April 2019  · @4349508

Poser uses xml files to store configuration information.
To see the location of these files
Open python shell -> Scripts->Python Shell
Run the command print poser.PrefsLocation()
If you open in explorer the displayed folder there are a number of files ending xml.
In theory if you right click over each and select your favourite browser to open it, if text is displayed without error the xml file is ok
My guess the problem is with LibraryPrefs.xml which doesn't display ok. You could test this by renaming the file and seeing if the error message dissappears
Why LibraryPrefs.xml doesn't load ok only Smith Micro knows...



  raven    ( ) ( posted at 11:44AM Fri, 05 April 2019  · @4349509

It's intermittent, and annoying when it happens. Which really seems to be too often on my system!



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