665 Autosaves are not available

Case number:845813-994296
Topic:Game: Tools
Opened by:auntdeen
Status:Open
Type:Question
Opened on:Friday, January 11, 2013 - 01:21
Last modified:Tuesday, January 15, 2013 - 22:18

Please make them available for the duration of 668 - in this type of puzzle, folders need access to those scores!

DrGoochie opened 665 - tried to save to self and got an error message.

(Fri, 01/11/2013 - 01:21  |  4 comments)


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My Experience (main client)

I had not saved my solution while 665 was active.

Open 668
Open Shared solutions: empty
Check Show autosaves: several autosaves appear created seconds earlier.
Load 665
Pick track
Save Solution (called best665)
Open Shared Solutions: Shows Best 665 and several autosaves.
Select Upload for Myself
Dialog: "Puzzle is closed" -- autodismisses in about 0.2 seconds.
Share window says "There was an error accessing shared solutions"
Open 668
Create track
Open Shared Solutions: Best665 is there
Click Load Best665: Success. Rank up.

Summary: Imported solution in main (not devprev) client. Not sure if upload was required. Not sure if I could have uploaded an autosave instead of a named saved.

Joined: 04/19/2009

Thanks much for testing and commenting, Brow!

So the system is working - but is giving a false error message. Now that we know this, we can tell players that their save will be there and load into 668, despite the message.

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The system only allow you to open manual saves. You should be able to access all of your manual saves in the new puzzle. You should not need to upload them, however. We've updated the puzzle description to state manual saves specifically.

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