Sorry if this is the wrong place for this, I haven't found anywhere else that's up to date. I'm getting an error message whenever alchemist humors tick down.
[ AFF ] Temperedcholeric (4) [rt] lose TEMPEREDCHOLERIC (4) [ AFF ] temperedcholeric (3) [rt] gain TEMPEREDCHOLERIC (3) [Curing]: EAT ANTIMONY You eat an antimony flake. Your choleric humour drains some.Wsysf: stack_down( temperedcholeric ) but gmcp lost it? [ERROR](1): stack_down( temperedcholeric ) but gmcp lost it?
This type of message repeats endlessly through fights with alchemists, and once I hit three on any humor I start eating antimony on every balance, which ends up getting me killed. This happens no matter how low my humor prio is. My echoes are correctly tracking the number, but the message makes me wonder if the system is losing track of the counts internally, running them up way higher than they're supposed to be, and then overprioritizing.
I tried googling this error and didn't see anything on it, so I don't even know where to start on fixing it. Considering switching to svof and seeing if that works any better, but if anybody's seen this error or knows what to do about it, that'd obviously be much appreciated.
EDIT: If it clarifies anything, this seems to be the relevant function, in "Aff Tracking" script:
function wsysf.aff_tracking.stack_down( aff, count ) if wsysf.affs[aff] then -- Assume we only get these messages if we already know about them count = count or 1 -- We shouldn't be using stack down with gmcp, should we? if wsysf.aff_tracking.lost[aff] then cecho("<red>Wsysf: stack_down( "..aff.." ) but gmcp lost it?") wsysf.core.debug.print(1, "stack_down( "..aff.." ) but gmcp lost it?") elseif wsysf.affv[aff] > 1 then wsysf.affs[aff] = wsysf.affv[aff] - count wsysf.core.debug.print(5, aff.."="..wsysf.affs[aff] ) raiseEvent( "wsysf lost aff", aff ) else wsysf.core.debug.print(2, "stack_down( "..aff.." ) at 1 stack?: "..tostring(wsysf.affs[aff])) end end end